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. 


Fast Food Linked to Poorer Bone Development in Early Childhood, Says Study
The Placebo Effect Can Make You Run Faster
Babies Born in Summer Grow Up Healthier, Study Says
Kids with Mental Health Problems Often Solely Treated By Family Doctors and Pediatricians, Study
Let Your Loved One Die at Home: Study Says Home Deaths Bring More Peace
Long Sitter? Take a Stroll to Prevent Swelling in Major Leg Arteries
Your Mother’s Advice Confirmed: Take Care of Eye Health with Carrots
“Do Weird Things” to Burn More Calories Walking (Starting with a Change of Pace)
One Billion People May Be at Risk of Blindness by 2050
Preventing Heart Failure with 30 Minutes of Daily Exercise? New Study Says It’s Not Enough
ImmunoCRIT Value May Allow Doctors to Predict a Patient’s Cancer Risk
Little Face-to-Face Contact Nearly Doubles the Risk of Depression for the Elderly
Elderly Take Longer to Recover from Concussions Than Younger People, Says Study
Dishwashing May Help Relieve Stress, Boost Mental Health: Study
Exercise Pill Could Possibly Replace Exercise, Says Study
Study: Weight Gain Associated With Later Bedtimes
Lack of Contact with Certain Bacteria Could Increase Risk of Childhood Asthma
Colds and Flus Can Increase Stroke Risk for Children: Study
Swedish Study Reveals Correlation Between Height and Cancer Risk
Study Explores Whether Asthma Could Be Inherited From Grandmothers Who Smoke