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How to cheat Chikungunya epidemic

Experts advised people not to panic over the outbreak of mosquito-borne Chikungunya, a common sickness spreading in Dhaka nowadays.

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Many public hospitals lie moribund, cry for a cure

For no successful cure for a critical patient or a surgical trailblazing work did a hospital in Kishoreganj just make headlines and hit editorial. Only building, little healthcare facilities, is the stuff that made news. This is only a cross-section of condition of healthcare across the country.

 

১০ ডিসেম্বর ২০১৫   ০৫:৫০:০২ পিএম   বৃহস্পতিবার

How to eat sugar and yet stay healthy

Sugar has a bad rep for good reason: It’s a major culprit in our country’s biggest health problems. Too much of the stuff is linked to everything from root canals and mood swings to diabetes, heart disease, and obesity.

২৬ জুন ২০১৫   ১০:৫১:০৩ পিএম   শুক্রবার

Cancer-killer created in lab

Scientists from Harvard Medical School have discovered a way of turning stem cells into killing machines to fight brain cancer.

২৬ অক্টোবর ২০১৪   ০৬:৩৮:১৮ পিএম   রবিবার

Human chain for increased taxation on tobacco

In observance of the World Tobacco-free Day, the EC Bangladesh and Dhaka Ahsania Mission jointly organized a human chain in front of the National Press Club on 4 June, where the campaigners made a strong plea for imposing higher rates of tax on tobacco that kills people slowly but surely.

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Better medical services stressed for treatment of addicts

Better medical services are required for drug-addiction treatment and rehabilitation of the addicts. There is no alternative except capacity building of professionals engaged in healing drug-addiction malaise.

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Eat less meat, live longer

An alarming research conducted few weeks ago claimed that a diet high in animal protein can increase the risk of dying from cancer or diabetes by almost four times. More recently another study by a group of scientists recommends you to keep your hands off the red stuff.  It transpires that red meat does not only raise bad cholesterol but it also contains a type of iron that may work as a catalyst in developing coronary heart disease.

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First bone marrow transplant in Bangladesh next month

The first bone-marrow transplant in the country is going to take place next month, in a great leap forward in treatment of blood cancer and thalassaemia patients at a much cheaper cost.

০৬ ফেব্রুয়ারি ২০১৪   ১২:৪৪:৩৪ এএম   বৃহস্পতিবার

Health risk for toxins feared

Beware of imported powdered milk

Imported powdered milk from New Zealand-based Fonterra should be put on chemical test to avoid health risks for the consumers of the dairy product, said speakers at a press briefing Tuesday as the alarm bell was rung abroad.  

 

১০ সেপ্টেম্বর ২০১৩   ০৮:০৮:১১ পিএম   মঙ্গলবার

Onus of a misdiagnosis of diseases

The onus of a misdiagnosis is often placed on the physician, and with good reason -- they`re the doctors, and we expect them to be all-knowing. However, plenty of misdiagnoses or delayed diagnoses can also be attributed to patient negligence in failing to take action in a timely manner when symptoms present themselves. Disease misdiagnosis is a two-way street that has plenty of room for improvement, but until recently had also been largely misunderstood -- that is, until a study in 2009 shed light on the most commonly misdiagnosed diseases.

২২ জুলাই ২০১৩   ১০:৩৩:০০ এএম   সোমবার

  
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