Hannah Joy's Profile

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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New Food-Based Obesity Preventive Score Developed

New Food-Based Obesity Preventive Score Developed

A new, simple food-based score developed can help predict long-term risk of overweight or obesity in healthy adults. The score can improve eating habits, create awareness and provide preventive counseling.

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First Drug to Prevent Chronic Migraines Developed

First Drug to Prevent Chronic Migraines Developed

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approves first new drug developed to prevent chronic migraines, as a preventive treatment for migraines in adults with episodic or chronic migraines.

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Probiotics Help Reduce Antibiotic Resistance in Infants

Probiotics Help Reduce Antibiotic Resistance in Infants

A novel approach identified can reduce the number of genes that resist antibiotics in children with probiotic supplementation, which is a safe and non-invasive method.

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Probiotics Help Fight <I>Clostridium Difficile</I> Infections

Probiotics Help Fight Clostridium Difficile Infections

Probiotics, the new preventive tool can help fight against Clostridium difficile infections. Consuming two or more probiotics can be effective and safe.

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Can Parkinson's Disease Risk be Lowered in IBD Patients?

Can Parkinson's Disease Risk be Lowered in IBD Patients?

A new therapy identified helps lower the risk of Parkinson's disease in inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) patients. Treating with anti-tumor necrosis factor-alpha (anti-TNFα) therapy can lower the risk of disease.

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