Chrisy Ngilneii's Profile
B.Sc (Psychology), M.A (Sociology), Ph.D. (Epidemiology)
Chrisy is a Ph.D. Research Scholar at the University of Madras. Her area of specialization is in Epidemiology of Cancer. Writing is her passion. She has published scholarly articles on health topics in prominent journals, and had also edited two books in the academic field which are now available on Amazon.in. When she is not writing or editing, you will see her playing guitar or piano.
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Pregnancy and reproductive history may impact dementia risk among women, research at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference (AAIC) claims. The study finds that women sustain cognitive performance in early stages of disease compared to men.
Link found between high bitter-taste sensitivity and increased risk of cancer among older British women by a recent study that involves 5,500 women whose diet, lifestyle, and health has been tracked for about 20 years.
Allergic responses may protect against skin cancer, research at the Imperial College London finds. The identification of previously unknown skin defences and could open avenues for developing new skin cancer treatments.
Early puberty in white adolescent boys may increase substance use risk, according to a research at the Purdue University. Brain-related testosterone activity contributes to an increased risk of substance use more than an earlier appearance of maturity and accompanying social pressures.
Link between Alzheimer's disease and herpes virus infection has been identified by a research team at the University of Manchester. The research suggests that herpes treatment with aggressive antiviral drugs may reduce the risk of dementia.