Author Archives: Brandon Marji, B.A.

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. 

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ADHD Discriminates: Disorder Affects Brains of Boys and Girls Differently
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Preeclampsia During Pregnancy Threatens Increased Risk of Congenital Heart Defects
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Positivity the Healer of Heart Disease? Study Links Positive Thinking with Healthier Habits, Quicker Healing
Setting the Record Straight: No Amount of Alcohol Safe While Pregnant
Parents Can Relax—Study Finds that Moodiness Should Eventually Subside in Teens
Modern Day Sleep Patterns Similar to Our Ancestors
Study Observes Link Between Fungus and Alzheimer’s Disease
High-Stress Jobs Associated with Higher Risk of Stroke
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