Oxytocin is a hormone that is made in the brain, in the hypothalamus, and it is transported to, and secreted by the pituitary gland, which is located at the base […]
Ramya Devi has graduated Bachelors in Bio-Medical Engineering (Anna University, India) & Master of Science in Bio-Medical Engineering (NTU, Singapore). She focuses on International Regulatory Affairs and Healthcare Leadership. Her interests are more inclined towards innovation in medical technology. She is highly motivated, persistent in thriving her goals. She has experience in writing research articles for medical journals.
Anesthetics are commonly used during surgery with the aim of providing the patient with an experience free of sights, sounds, and any other unpleasant sensations. But these gases also affect […]
Recently, Singapore scientists who studied 189 infants and their mothers have shown that the women who had anxiety, depression, and stress during their pregnancy had babies with thinner ‘pre-frontal cortices’ […]
Mayo Clinic, Minnesota and University of California conducted a study to let people know some memory loss is a natural byproduct of getting older. The researchers examined brain structure and […]
Contrary to popular belief that chameleons only change color when in imminent danger, their everyday skin color, a light khaki, keeps them hidden from enemies during those not-so-dangerous times as […]
Cholesterol: The Good and the Bad, reiterated Cholesterol has a bad reputation, its name linked to heart attacks, strokes, and other types of cardiovascular disease. Yet cholesterol is as necessary […]
Measles is a life-threatening contagious viral infection. The symptoms of this airborne disease are high fever, runny nose, cough, appearance of red rashes throughout the body. There is no specific […]