Preethi Sivaswaamy Mohana's Profile
B.E. (Biomedical Engineering)
Preethi is pursuing her final year Biomedical Engineering at PSG college of Technology. She is from the city of Coimbatore, loves writing poems, short stories and singing songs. Reading books and yoga plays an essential role in her daily activities. A multi-faceted young girl, Preethi loves baking, making sweets and dancing. She practices Zumba to keep herself fit. Being amiable, polite and caring are the trademarks of her character.
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Simple statements of praise even via pre-recorded messages can motivate young adults with autism to exercise more, finds a new study.
Hip Hop Stroke program can create awareness among economically-disadvantaged, minority children and their parents about stroke, finds a new study.
Common smartwatches coupled with a deep neural network can be used to measure irregular heartbeats, finds a new study
Drinking alcohol at a higher level can increase the heart rate triggering arrhythmias and atrial fibrillation, finds a new study.
Women who undergo acupuncture treatment are found to have less frequent and less severe menopausal symptoms than women who do not take acupuncture treatments, finds a new study.