Monday, 20 August 2018


Smartphone blue light exposure may speed up blindness

Hindustan Times: Blue lightemitted from smartphones and other digital devices can accelerate blindness by transforming vital molecules in the eye’s... details


Poor sleeping habit contributes to weakened immunity, mental health challenges ― psychologist

Nigerian Tribune: MR Eigege Ejegbolo, a Psychologist with Mind-Set Integrated Services, said on Monday that sleeping for less than eight... details


These are the workers who drink the most

ScienceNordic: Researchers surveyed more than 3,500 workers in Norway about their alcohol habits and problems. “Workers who drink too much... details


Even light drinking may make fatty liver disease worse

Reuters: People who have fatty liver disease that wasn’t caused by heavy drinking may still need to avoid alcohol if... details


Athletics: Cancer patient Irene Lee hopes to inspire GEWR participants to watch out for their health

Straits Times, Singapore: The Great Eastern Women’s Run (GEWR) on Oct 14 may be her first running event of any... details


Can you read at superhuman speeds?

BBC: Reading English has been the same for centuries – you start at the top of the page and work... details


Even light drinking may make fatty liver disease worse

Reuters: People who have fatty liver disease that wasn’t caused by heavy drinking may still need to avoid alcohol if... details


Being forgetful is actually a sign you are unusually intelligence

Ideapod: Did you also envy the child in class who could memorize everything, for whom any test or exam was... details


Hospital admissions for self-harming girls double in 20 years, figures show

The Independent, UK: Girls were admitted to hospital for self-harming nearly twice as regularly last year compared to two decades... details


5 wellness therapies to help you de-stress and relax

Hindustan Times: Research says that massage releases a hormone called serotonin which allows your body and mind to go in... details


Eating fish or taking its supplements could cut down premature birth risk

Hindustan Times: Eating fish or taking a fish oil supplement may reduce the risk of preterm birth among pregnant women... details


To Lose Weight, Skip Dinner A Few Days A Week

Medical Daily: You’ve heard the old advice that skipping meals is a sure-fire way to ruin a weight loss plan,... details


UK children with ADHD wait up to 3 years for diagnosis, say experts

The Guardian,UK: Children with ADHD are waiting up to two years for a diagnosis in the UK, harming their chances... details


Flower changes the color of food naturally

Halima Akter: The flower can naturally make your food change colors for blue to pink to purple. It’s been for... details


Inflammation inhibitor delivered directly to kidneys reverses course of destructive nephritis

Eurek Alert: Using a manmade version of a human antibody to directly deliver a drug that inhibits a powerful driver... details


Lung cancer death rate for women may rise to 40% by 2030

Hindustan Times: Lung cancer mortality rates among women could increase by 43% by 2030, while breast cancer mortality rate is... details


Immediate skin-to-skin contact helps regulate newborns’ body temperature and exposes them to beneficial bacteria from
Breastfeeding from the first hour of birth: What works and what hurts

Leah Selim/UNICEF Here’s what it takes to make sure mothers have a supportive environment for early and continuous breastfeeding. Whether... details


This hair loss gene could help improve cancer treatment

Indo Asian News: Scientists have found that a gene associated with autoimmune hair loss disorder may also help improve cancer... details


The journey towards a drug-free society

Dr. Anupam Sen, VC, Premier University & Sociologist : We all expect to get a drug-free society. Drug, in no... details


Driver’s ill competition and pedestrian’s mentality

Dr. Md. Tajul Islam, Professor, National Institute of Mental Health : Many premature deaths have been caused by the ill competition... details


What should a Rozadar’s iftar depend on?

Prof. Dr. A. B. M Abdullah, Dean, Faculty of Medicine, BSMMU : A wide variation of foods are prepared and sold... details


‘War on drugs’ may only result in short-term success

Syed Mahfujul Haque Marjan, Faculty Member of Criminology, University of Dhaka : The drive against illegal drugs across the country, being... details


Taking a hard line against drug peddlers, abusers

Syed Ishtiaque Reza, Editor-in-Chief of GTV & : The ongoing drive against drug smugglers, trader and users seemingly turned into... details


What Diabetes patients will do during Ramadan

Prof. Dr. A. B. M Abdullah, Professor, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University : To fast is merciful as well as a... details


Some amazing home remedies to combat the arthritis symptoms and heal the pain

Sabrina Afroz, TV Journalist: There are a few common types of arthritis such as osteoarthritis, gout and rheumatoid. Arthritis occurs... details


Some Simple Ways to Overcome Depression

Sabrina Shaon, TV Journalist: Who does not need an existence like a children’s story? We used to read those in... details


What to eat, avoid at Sahri, Iftar

Dr Md Shahinul Alam, Associate Professor, Dept of Liver, BMSSU: We, the Muslims, fast during the month of Ramadan with... details


Raise awareness to ward off heart disease

Md. Ali Raj: To make skilled manpower and fight the challenge of cardiovascular disease in Bangladesh, the experts at a... details


National Health Library and Documentation Centre (NHL&DC), Mohakhali, Dhaka, under the Directorate General of Health Services, Ministry of Health and... details


175 community clinics closed: 10 thousand people deprived of health care.

Monsur Iqbal, Sreemangal correspondent Community Health Providers in movement to claim demand. Their demand for nationalization is going on in... details

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