Monday, 20 August 2018

Health

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

11/08/2018

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

11/08/2018

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

11/08/2018

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

11/08/2018

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

11/08/2018

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

11/08/2018

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

09/08/2018

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

07/08/2018

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

06/08/2018

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

05/08/2018

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

05/08/2018

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

04/08/2018

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

04/08/2018

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

03/08/2018

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

02/08/2018

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

02/08/2018

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

02/08/2018

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

01/08/2018

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

12/06/2018

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

29/05/2018

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

26/05/2018

‘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

26/05/2018

Taking a hard line against drug peddlers, abusers

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

22/05/2018

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

20/05/2018

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

20/05/2018

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

17/05/2018

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

17/05/2018

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

16/05/2018

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

08/02/2018

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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