Preethi Sivaswaamy Mohana's Profile
B.E. (Biomedical Engineering)
Preethi is pursuing her final year Biomedical Engineering at PSG college of Technology. She is from the city of Coimbatore, loves writing poems, short stories and singing songs. Reading books and yoga plays an essential role in her daily activities. A multi-faceted young girl, Preethi loves baking, making sweets and dancing. She practices Zumba to keep herself fit. Being amiable, polite and caring are the trademarks of her character.
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Medical cannabis used to treat severe specific medical conditions like chronic nerve and cancer pain can have harmful side effects than benefits.
Elementary school children with poor reading ability, much below their grade level can have problems with eyesight, finds a new study.
Exposure to sudden high concentrations of air pollution can increase the risk of several cardiovascular diseases including heart attacks.
Self-sampling followed by analysis of human papillomavirus can identify twice as many women at risk of cervical cancer than current screening methods.
Eye movements are found to be used by brain to recall moments from the past. This finding can be used as a diagnostic tool to measure neurodegenerative illnesses.