Author: Rachel Paul

Rachel Paul is a Senior Medical Content Specialist. She has a Masters Degree in Pharmacy from Osmania University. She always has a keen interest in medical and health sciences. She expertly communicates and crafts latest informative and engaging medical and healthcare narratives with precision and clarity. She is proficient in researching, writing, editing, and proofreading medical content and blogs.

ultra processed foods
Ultra – Processed Foods – A growing threat to public health

From fizzy drinks to cereals and packaged snacks to processed meat, ultra-processed foods are packed.

Flu Vaccine
CDC Study – Flu Vaccines Effective Across All Ages

The prospect of the worrisome triple threat of COVID, RSV and flu was assuaged last.

FDA approves omalizumab for food allergy reactions based on NIH research

Moment‘s Food and Drug Administration blessing of a supplemental biologics license for the monoclonal antibody omalizumab( Xolair) highlights the vital part of the National Institutes of.

Quitting smoking shows dramatic health benefits

People who quit smoking see major gains in life expectancy after just a few years,.

AHA initiative to close CPR knowledge Gap

A new survey conducted by the American Heart Association – AHA, which is marking one.

cancer treatment
Cancer Treatment: Efficacy 2.5x with Defective Mitochondrial DNA

Scientists have uncovered an odd discovery that could aid in the identification of people who.

Cardiometabolic Health
Legume Intake for Older Adults – Cardiometabolic Health

In the recent Nutrients study, researchers looked examined the links between cardiometabolic risk (CMR) variables.

Precision in Migraine Prediction

Migraine is frequently underdiagnosed and mistreated, and even when it is, it can be difficult.

Social Media
Social Media role in Unhappiness and Materialism

Social media is the only area that allows you to compare yourself to others as.

Combatting Pneumonia: Strategies for Antibiotic Resistance

New research has discovered promising steps toward better understanding of antimicrobial resistance (AMR), particularly in.