About Doctor Raman

Dr. Raman Mehrzad, MD, is a medical doctor, scientist, author, professional speaker and businessman presently living in beautiful northeastern state of Connecticut. “Dr. Raman”, as he is typically called, was born in Tehran, Iran, and moved to Sweden at the age of two. After primary and high school, he pursued a Bachelors of Science degree in Biological Science, Mathematics and Programming. Upon graduation, he was accepted to medical school at the University of Gothenburg, Sahlgrenska Academy, and was honored to be one of the youngest students ever accepted to this prestigious university program. In parallel with his medical studies, Dr. Raman joined a research team at the institution for Biomedicine at age 19, and pursued four years of laboratory research on the subject of viral replication and infection in humans. After graduating from medical school in 2012, he was one of a few select doctors to be accepted to a position in the highly-competitive medical residency training system here in the United States. As a result, Dr. Raman was simultaneously offered research positions at Massachusetts General Hospital, along with the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, both of which are official hospitals of the Harvard Medical School. He recently graduated in June 2015 from his Internal Medicine residency program at a Tufts University School of Medicine -affiliated hospital and is currently practicing specialty medicine at Yale New Haven Hospital.
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Does a calorie restrictive diet affect quality of life, sexual function and sleep?

By |June 16th, 2016|

Calorie restrictive diet (CRD) has many benefits and could increase longevity and reduce the risk of many chronic diseases.  However, there may be other negative effects of it.
This study aimed to see if CRD affects quality of life […]

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8 significant health benefits of Turmeric

By |June 15th, 2016|

My first experience with Turmeric was when an Indian acquaintance of ours kept mentioning that name in her cooking recipes.  I kept asking myself in my head, “What’s so good about that spice?”  Previously, when it came to Indian cuisine and […]

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Zinc and its important health benefits

By |June 14th, 2016|

Zinc, which is a mineral and a nutrient, has serveral important functions in the body.

Zinc boosts the immune system, enables vitamin A to be processed, which is a condition for serveral hormones to be operational
Zinc also […]

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Selenium and its importance to your health

By |June 13th, 2016|

Background on Selenium
Selenium is a very important mineral for the body.  It regulates a lot of functions and also works as a powerful antioxidant.  Selenium prevents vitamin E from oxidation.  Selenium is found in a variety of foods, […]

The first bacteria resistant to last resort antibiotic

By |June 10th, 2016|

A Pennsylvania patient suffering from urinary tract infection caused by the bacterial species known as Escherichia Coli was given antibiotics that had no effect in eliminating the bacterias.

The reason for this is a gene in the bacteria that […]

The health concerns and potential dangers of fluoride

By |June 9th, 2016|

Fluoride is a mineral and the only mineral element which isn’t a nutrient.  Advocates of fluoridated water insist that the chemical additive is good for teeth, but actual science routinely shows otherwise, including a new study published in the Journal […]

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What a positive mentality can do for your overall physical health

By |June 7th, 2016|

The modern knowledge of psychology has explanded in recent years.  Today it is widely accepted that mental health also effects the physical body in ways never understood before.  A positive mind, that is simply thinking positive thoughts – […]

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Fun facts about the importance of water in our daily lives

By |June 6th, 2016|

As we all know, water is a fundamental part for the existence of life.

Without water, you cannot survive after only a few days. But water goes way beyond pleasing our thirst. Modern science has shown that water also acts as […]

Are you suffering from lower back pain?

By |June 3rd, 2016|

Back pain and pain in legs are one of the most major chief complaints during doctor visits.  Lower back pain can happen anywhere below the ribs and above the legs.  Depending on the cause, low back pain can cause […]

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Here are 5 important health benefits of walking

By |June 2nd, 2016|

Physical activity has shown to be associated with reduced risks of coronary heart disease and stroke.  Studies have also suggested that physical activity is associated with heart failure development.  So the next time you have a check-up, don’t […]