M. Phil(Foods and Nutrition)
Iswarya holds an M. Phil degree in Food and Nutrition from the most prestigious Women’s Christian College, Chennai. She is passionate about teaching and has worked as an assistant professor at TBAK college, Rameshwaram, Tamil Nadu. She loves to travel, listen to music and enjoys reading books.
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New study sheds light on the possible impact of obesity on health outcomes in kidney transplant recipients.
Are you stressed out? A new study finds that stress can impair your memory and quicken cognitive decline later in life. Higher levels of cortisol, a hormone linked to stress are also tied to a slight shrinking of the brain.
World Obesity Day is observed annually on 11th October around the world with the primary aim to aid people to achieve and maintain a healthy weight and to reverse the global obesity crisis. The theme for this year 2018 is ’End Weight Stigma.’
Ovarian cancer is the primary cause of cancer-related death among women. Daily low-dose of aspirin may reduce the risk of ovarian cancer, finds a new study.
Children with type-1 diabetes may benefit from taking vitamin B supplements as it improves the kidney function by protecting against renal disease development and progression.