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.

Mitigating Young-Onset Dementia Risk

A wide range of risk factors for young-onset dementia have been found by researchers. The.

Hypertension: Unlocking Personalized Treatments for Millions

Professor Murray Cairns of HMRI and the University of Newcastle, along with his Precision Medicine.

Malaria vaccine
WHO Prequalifies Second Malaria Vaccine

The R21/Matrix-M malaria vaccine has been added to WHO’s list of prequalified vaccines. Following the.

Antibody Breakthrough: Combatting Diverse Flu Strains

Researchers discovered a previously unknown class of antibodies—immune system proteins that fight against disease—that appear.

Osteoporosis risk with Topical Corticosteroids

Higher doses of topical corticosteroids linked to increased risks of osteoporosis and bone fractures! Do.

Unlocking Tachycardia Mysteries: Stem Cell Heart Tissue Model Breakthrough

Heart rates are now easier to track than ever before. Because smartwatches can detect a.

antimicrobial resistance
AI Blueprint for Global Antimicrobial Resistance

Researchers at the University of Liverpool have developed a framework for artificial intelligence (AI) to.

New Anaphylaxis & Atopic Dermatitis Guidelines

The Joint Task Force for Practice Parameters (JTFPP) has released two new practice parameters that.

behavioral issues
Sleep Disturbances Linked to Preschool Behavioral Issues

Previous research has indicated that both childhood behavioral difficulties and poor mental health are strongly.

WHO Recognizes Noma as Neglected Tropical Disease

The World Health Organization (WHO) today announced the addition of noma (cancrum oris or gangrenous.