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B.Tech (Genetic Engineering)

Anjali Aryamvally

Anjali is an undergraduate in Genetic Engineering from SRM University, Chennai. She is passionate about bringing changes in healthcare through a combination of genetics and social work. Anjali is an avid reader who enjoys writing. Her hobbies include gardening and traveling.

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Stress During Early Childhood Leads to Faster Maturation of the Brain

Stress During Early Childhood Leads to Faster Maturation of the Brain

Stress during early childhood may lead to faster maturation of certain brain regions during adolescence.

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Women With Low Birth Weight at Higher Risk for Hypertension During Pregnancy

Women With Low Birth Weight at Higher Risk for Hypertension During Pregnancy

Women who were born underweight are at risk for hypertension or blood pressure during their pregnancy and this may be passed on to the next generation.

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International Cancer Survivors Day 2018

International Cancer Survivors Day 2018

The international cancer survivors day is a celebration for those who survived cancer and shows that there is a life after cancer.

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Non-invasive Technique to Correct Vision

Non-invasive Technique to Correct Vision

New method using a low-powered ultrafast laser is an invasive approach that can permanently correct vision.

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Bacteria-on-a-chip can Detect Gastrointestinal Diseases

Bacteria-on-a-chip can Detect Gastrointestinal Diseases

Ultra-low-power sensors designed to carry genetically engineered bacteria can detect gastric bleeding and other gastrointestinal problems.

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