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M.Phil (Food Service Management & Dietetics)

Hannah Joy

Hannah hails from Hyderabad and has received Master of Philosophy Degree in Food Service Management and Dietetics from Women’s Christian College, Chennai. She is passionate about teaching, mentoring and counseling. Hannah likes to travel, explore and is adventurous. She aspires to pursue her Ph.D in the near future.

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Your Tears can Tell If You Have Parkinson's Disease or Not

Your Tears can Tell If You Have Parkinson's Disease or Not

Shedding tears can be a possible biological marker in early diagnoses and treatment of Parkinson's disease. The levels of alpha-synuclein in the tears of people help in the diagnoses of the disease.

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Phages can Prevent Food Poisoning

Phages can Prevent Food Poisoning

Use of bacteriophages or phages can help eradicate foodborne pathogens and prevent food poisoning. fHe-Yen9-01 phage treatment helps prevent the growth of Yersinia.

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Just 10 minutes of Light Exercise can Increase Lifespan in Men

Just 10 minutes of Light Exercise can Increase Lifespan in Men

Few minutes of light exercise can increase the lifespan of older men and overall volume rather than recommended 10 minute bouts can lower risk of death.

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Qutab Minar Turns ‘Green’ to Raise Awareness for Organ Donation

Qutab Minar Turns ‘Green’ to Raise Awareness for Organ Donation

Qutab Minar was lit in green to highlight the cause of organ donation and to raise awareness about people’s ability to save lives.

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Vitamin D Deficiency During Pregnancy May Up Childhood Obesity

Vitamin D Deficiency During Pregnancy May Up Childhood Obesity

Low vitamin D levels during first trimester of pregnancy may up childhood obesity. Therefore, sufficient amounts of vitamin D in required during early pregnancy.

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