Hannah Joy's Profile
M.Phil (Food Service Management & Dietetics)
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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Statins are safe drugs with low risk of adverse effects as per a recent statement by the American Heart Association (AHA) following a review of several studies that have assessed the safety profile of statins.
Genome editing technology has permitted the removal of the major heart disease risk locus in DNA. This technology has the potential to prevent many deaths due to cardiovascular diseases.
Fox nuts commonly known as Makhana are edible seeds, which can be used as a wholesome ingredient to your diet as it offers numerous health benefits from your head to toe. So, instead of buying a packet of chips and other junk foods, just grab a bowl of makhanas to stay fit and healthy.
Kidneys of deceased donors with acute kidney injury (AKI) were found to be safe and could be used for transplantation. This new study brings hope to patients in the transplant waiting list.
Vitamin C supplementation given to women who continue to smoke during pregnancy can help reduce lung damage in their babies. Vitamin C supplementation is a simple and inexpensive way to protect the infants from the harmful effects of maternal smoking.