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.

Noma
WHO Recognizes Noma as Neglected Tropical Disease

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

Syphilis
The rising health crisis of congenital Syphilis

Congenital syphilis, a disease transmitted to babies during pregnancy, is on the rise globally, with.

nausea
GDF15 and Pregnancy Nausea

Researchers investigated the potential association of growth/differentiation factor 15 (GDF15), a fetal hormone, with nausea.

NREM sleep
Stress Induced Neuronal Activation – Impact on Sleep

According to new research, neurons in the preoptic hypothalamus—the part of the brain that regulates.

infants
Exploring Infants Communication Across Six Continents

Elika Bergelson, an associate professor of psychology at Harvard, researches how newborns and infants learn.

covid vaccine
Robust Boosting Potential of Two COVID-19 Vaccines

According to the interim results of a Phase 1 clinical trial, two Melbourne-made COVID-19 vaccines.

Diabetes
Diabetes Diagnosis – Skin Scanner and AI

Diabetes is frequently associated with changes in tiny blood arteries. Researchers from the Technical University.

mental health
Digital Nutrition – Impact of Social Media on Mental Health

Jocelyn Brewer, a Sydney-based psychologist, coined the phrase “Digital Nutrition” to characterize the impact of.

Pulmonary Embolism
Mechanical Thrombectomy for High-Risk Pulmonary Embolism

According to research published online Oct 31 in the Journal of the Society for Cardiovascular.

chronic low back pain
WHO Guidelines – Chronic Low Back Pain Management

The World Health Organization (WHO) has issued its first-ever guidelines on managing chronic low back.