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By - Rajeshwari Shome

Cephalalgia

What is a Cephalalgia? Cephalalgia, commonly known as a headache, can essentially be explained as a distinct pain that occupies the head or upper neck of the body. Headache is often associated with physiological disorders or that in metabolism. It can also be spontaneous at times. The features and areas of the pain depend on the type of headache. This

By - Rajeshwari Shome

Nutrigenomics could be the future of healthy living

What is Nutrigenomics? Research has shown that there is not an ideal diet plan that fits everybody. Some may fit a person right but some may not. While many factors play a role in it, one of them certainly is genetics. Nutritional genomics has two domains- nutrigenomics and nutrigenetics. Out of this, nutrigenomics uses molecular techniques to understand the role

By - Rajeshwari Shome

Social Media Detox

Social media essentially refers to online platforms that essentially allow individuals to create, express, share or exchange ideas along with information. Participation takes by creating specific profiles that are unique to individuals. The content that can be shared here is usually user-generated and free of any biased exposure. One can freely express their opinions, comments, and posts. Globally, people get

By - Rajeshwari Shome

REM

Rise when your Biological clock rings The slow waves of the sleep cycle happen in paradoxical phases of sleep and are referred to as the REM cycle. The other terms used to refer to the same are ultradian sleep /sleep–dream/ REM-NREM cycles. It is an oscillation or circadian alternation between sleep and wakefulness. In this, an organism alternates between deep sleep and paradoxical sleep. During sleep, there are

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Anti-COVID antibody tests vs. Serum IgG/IgM tests

Introduction Corona Virus Disease, commonly referred to as COVID-19, is an infectious disease caused by the recently discovered coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2. It was declared as a pandemic because of its ability to spread and multiply rapidly. It enters the body in the form of droplets through nasal and oral routes, following which it resides in the lungs. The disease causes if

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Diabetes-The Silent Killer

What is Diabetes? Diabetes is classified as a metabolic disorder that induces elevated blood sugar due to the inappropriate processing of insulin. The hormone Insulin is responsible for moving sugar from the blood into other cells to be stored or used for energy later. With diabetes, the body either does not produce enough insulin or is unable to use the