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.

PET – Advancing Brain Tumor Imaging

Diffuse gliomas are malignant brain tumors that cannot be adequately investigated using traditional imaging techniques.

Heart Transplant
World’s First Partial Heart Transplant Triumphs

The world’s first partial heart transplant has achieved what experts had hoped for for more.

Therapy Combo Breakthrough for Lymphoma Treatment

The current standard of care can cure approximately 60% of individuals with diffuse large B-cell.

Striving for Pan-Coronavirus Vaccines: Broad Shield Against Human Coronaviruses

In a recent study published in the journal Cellular & Molecular Immunology, scientists from University.

Physician Burnout
Physician Burnout Propels Practice Abandonment

A recent study published in JAMA Network Open investigates the frequency of physician burnout, as.

heart failure
Protein Risk Score Predicts of Heart Failure Mortality

A novel protein risk score created to predict the probability of death in people with.

vascular disease
Angelica gigas Extract to combat Vascular Disease

A new research paper was published inĀ AgingĀ (listed by MEDLINE/PubMed as “Aging (Albany NY)” and “Aging-US”.

Ischemic cholecystitis
Ischemic Cholecystitis : Cutting-Edge Diagnosis and Treatment

Ischemic cholecystitis is a type of gallbladder inflammation that develops in the absence of gallstones.

racial health
Avoiding Racial Health Disparities in Prescription Strategies

Doctors’ strategies for increasing patient engagement with health information may work for white Americans, but.

virtual care
Optimal Virtual Care: Patients Thrive with Personal Family Doctor

According to new research, patients who received virtual care from a doctor outside of their.