Author Archives: Brandon Marji, B.A.

Brandon Marji is a writer specializing in health news and opinion based on research and clinical study.

Brandon obtained his Bachelor’s Degree in Health Studies from York University where he specialized in the public and private sectors of health care and the different types of diseases and treatments that are available for the public.

He also minored in socioeconomic statuses and their link to declining health throughout the world, especially in third world countries.

Brandon also specializes in strategies for fitness and exercise and has participated as a public speaker on the topic of Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes and the relation between the declining funding for health care. 

Discovery: Childhood Cancer Survivors Prone to These Serious Diseases Later in Life
Change in Sense of Humor Could Be Early Sign of Dementia
College Football Linemen at Greater Risk of Heart Problems, Study Says
Excessive Drinking Increases Risk of Heart Failure, Study Says
Genetics and the Way You Cook Your Meat Could Increase Your Kidney Cancer Risk
About Half of U.S. Women Gain Too Much Weight While Pregnant
Black Americans Closing Race Gap in Life Expectancy
Shock Therapy to Fight Off Obesity?
FDA Approved: New Single-Tablet Treatment for HIV
Junk Food Not the Cause of America’s Obesity Problem (but it’s not your friend, either)
Columbian Man Dies After Cancer Spread From Tapeworm Living Inside Him
Sleeping Too Much (or too little) May Increase Risk of Diabetes in Older Women
Depression During Pregnancy Linked to Increased Sitting, Risk of Diabetes
Children with Autism May Have a Higher Risk of Weight Gain
Regular Consumption of Sweetened Drinks Linked to Heart Failure in Men
Many Children Under 5 Left to Their Mobile Devices— Should We Be Alarmed?
A Natural Chronic Fatigue Treatment That Actually Provides Long-Term Benefits: Study
Children’s Food Choices Influenced by Ads on TV (especially if they include toys)
Cancer Drug Research Overhyped By Media, Giving False Hope to Patients, Study Reveals
Acne Patients Prescribed Ineffective Antibiotics for Too Long: Study