Roshini Raj, Health magazine

Roshini Raj

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New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Roshini:

Is Your Body Really Programmed to Be a Certain Weight?

Is there any truth to the idea that your body weight has a "set point" it likes to function at? We asked a doctor to weigh in. → Read More

What to Do If Working Out Is Killing Your Knees

Knee pain from exercise? Here's what you should know, according to Health's medical expert. → Read More

The Weird Reason Why Stress Sweat Might Smell Worse Than Exercise Sweat

You're not imagining it: Stress sweat actually might smell worse than sweat you produce from exercising. → Read More

Will Teen Botox Prevent Wrinkles Later On?

Do young Hollywood stars start Botox in their 20s to prevent wrinkles, and does it work? The answer: Some do. → Read More

Is It Bad to Pop Antacid Pills Like Candy?

If you pop antacid pills regularly, you definitely want to break this habit. → Read More

Do You Really Need to Buy Personalized Vitamins?

A bunch of companies are popping up that let you curate your own personalized vitamin regimen (Care/of and Vitamin Packs, for example). → Read More

Can 'Yoni Teas' Really Make Your Vagina Smell Nice? A Doctor Weighs In

Yoni teas, made with a variety of herbs and flavors, like pineapple and kiwi, are touted as helping cleanse the vagina and making it smell nice. → Read More

Is Loud Music in Workout Classes Bad for Your Ears?

Should you worry about your ears during a loud spin or HIIT class? A doctor weighs in. → Read More

Sex Headaches Are a Real Thing. Here’s What You Need to Know

Do you get a headache after a romp in the sheets? Health's resident medical expert explains why this can happen. → Read More

Is It Possible to Eat Too Much Healthy Fat? A Doctor Weighs In

Is there such a thing as eating too much healthy fats like avocado, olive oil, and salmon? Dr. Raj has the answer. → Read More

Recurrent Urinary Tract Infections? Here's How to Keep Them From Coming Back

Frequent UTIs? Health's contributing medical editor weighs in on habits that might help prevent them—plus a few other factors that could be to blame f → Read More

Is Soy Good for You? A Doctor Weighs In

Are soy foods like tofu, edamame, and tempeh good for you? Soy has gotten a bad rap over the years, but it can be a smart addition to your diet if you → Read More

Can a Digestive Enzyme Really Help You Banish Bloat?

Should you consider taking an over-the-counter digestive enzyme to nix bloat? Health's medical editor weighs in. → Read More

Can Losing Weight Really Slow Down Your Metabolism?

Is it true that shedding pounds may actually cause your metabolism to slow down? Health's medical editor weighs in. → Read More

Should You Be Worried If Your Joints Crack All the Time?

Should some in their 30s be nervous about popping, cracking joints? Health's medical editor weighs in. → Read More

Is It Safe to Get Eyelash Extensions?

Considering eyelash extensions? Health's medical editor weighs in on the pros and cons of this beauty trend. → Read More

Mystery Bumps Near Your Vagina? Here’s What They Could Be

Have you noticed small bumps on your vaginal area? Health's medical weighs in on what they could be—and whether you should have a doctor check them out. → Read More

Should You Bring Antibiotics on Vacation in Case of Stomach Issues?

Should pack antibiotics just in case you develop stomach issues while traveling abroad? A doctor weighs in. → Read More

What Your Super-Stressful Job Can Actually Mean for Your Health

A highly stressful job can take a real toll on your health, even in the short term. Health's contributing medical editor Dr. → Read More

Should I Be Worried About Being Underweight for My Height?

Not sure if you need to gain weight? Health's resident medical expert weighs in. → Read More