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Mary Selvaraj

Mary Selvaraj is a post-graduate (MSc) in Foods and Nutrition. She is a Registered Dietician and a Certified Diabetes Educator. She is a member of Indian Dietetic Association and Indian Society of Enteral and Parenteral Nutrition (ISPEN). She loves Bonzo, her dog.

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Consuming Pomegranate has Protective Effects for Infant Brain

Consuming Pomegranate has Protective Effects for Infant Brain

Pomegranate juice consumption by pregnant women helps alleviate risks before birth, especially with regard to protecting the newborn brain.

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Closer You Are to Green Space, Better is Your Mental Health

Closer You Are to Green Space, Better is Your Mental Health

Closer you are to urban green space, greater is your happiness, sense of worth, and life satisfaction. Individuals feel positive emotions when exposed to natural environments.

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Fortifying Wheat Flour with Vitamin D Prevents 10 Million New Cases of Deficiency

Fortifying Wheat Flour with Vitamin D Prevents 10 Million New Cases of Deficiency

Fortification and supplementation to target groups could prevent the incidence of new cases of Vitamin D deficiency.

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Pigs Hearts for Human Transplants within Three Years

Pigs Hearts for Human Transplants within Three Years

Xenotransplantation is the process that involves the transplant of animal organs into human bodies. Now, modified pigs hearts could be used for human transplants within just three years.

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Wearable Sensors to Decode Sweat Composition

Wearable Sensors to Decode Sweat Composition

New non-invasive wearable sensors can detect the composition of sweat such as sweat rate, electrolytes, and metabolites.

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