Mohan Garikiparithi

Mohan Garikiparithi got his degree in medicine from Osmania University (University of Health Sciences). He practiced clinical medicine for over a decade before he shifted his focus to the field of health communications. During his active practice he served as the head of the Dept. of Microbiology in a diagnostic centre in India. On a three-year communications program in Germany, Mohan developed a keen interest in German Medicine (Homoeopathy), and other alternative systems of medicine. He now advocates treating different medical conditions without the use of traditional drugs. An ardent squash player, Mohan believes in the importance of fitness and wellness.

Email: mg@belmarrahealth.com

Mohan Garikiparithi favorite Articles

Possible obesity gene discovered

By: Mohan Garikiparithi | Tuesday, August 11, 2015 - 10:30 AM
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In what could be a significant breakthrough in the ‘battle of the bulge’, a potential obesity causing gene has been discovered by researchers at the University of British Columbia. The gene is found in every human, and encodes a protein… Read More

Price tag on prescriptions called gimmick

By: Mohan Garikiparithi | Monday, August 10, 2015 - 12:30 PM
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Drug and Therapeutics Bulletin (dtb) slams the idea of adding a price tag to prescription medicines that cost more than $30 (£20). The popular pharma bulletin sees this as just another “headline grabbing gimmick,” and warns that it could mislead… Read More

Topical gel treats T cell lymphoma

By: Mohan Garikiparithi | Monday, August 10, 2015 - 10:30 AM
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In what is being seen as a huge leap in cancer research, researchers at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, have shown a topical gel might eliminate early stage malignant T cells and help reduce the… Read More

ALS protein clumps in brain explained

By: Mohan Garikiparithi | Saturday, August 08, 2015 - 10:30 AM
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Post-mortem brain tissue analysis of people who have succumbed due to ALS reveal clumps of protein called TDP-43. A recent study by researchers at Johns Hopkins, involving brain tissue from mice and humans, sheds new light on the role of… Read More