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Why Can’t I Remember Anything?

Faulty memory happens to us all. You can't find your car keys -- again.

Five crore people suffering from Thyroid: experts

Experts today said five crore Bangladeshis are 

Vitamin D therapy can help tackle diseases like diabetes and cancer

Enhanced activation of Vitamin D by protecting beta cells may be a potential new approach

Restrain yourselves from excessive private practice, PM to physicians

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Saturday urged government physicians to restrain themselves from excessive private

Air pollution: Dhaka third worst megacity

World Health Organization has ranked Dhaka third worst among megacities with polluted air in a

Low testosterone level linked to chronic diseases in men

Low levels of testosterone in men could be associated with chronic diseases such as diabetes

Eat these foods to keep your liver healthy

The liver is a vital organ and a key player in our body's digestive system.

Protein linked to aggressive breast cancer identified

Researchers have identified a protein that is strongly associated with metastatic breast cancer and that

$3.8bn for fight against malaria

Renewed action and boosted funding to fight malaria could prevent 350 million cases of the

Certain iron supplements can develop colon cancer: Study

Certain iron supplements may influence the development of colon cancer, a new research has found.

Govt steps in to contain caesarean deliveries

In a rare move, the health and family welfare ministry has acknowledged that the rate

Meat in this form may increase blood pressure: Study

Who doesn't like to eat grilled, broiled, or roasted fish, chicken or beef? Well, everyone

Some women with asthma may struggle to conceive

Women with asthma who use short-acting inhalers to control symptoms may take longer to conceive

Stress could be contagious, say researchers

Stress has been classified as contagious by a team of researchers – including one of

Exercise and live longer

Older adults with heart disease who regularly exercise, even

Even 'safe' levels of pollution can slow down brain growth in kids

The dangers of being exposed to air pollution have been emphasized by numerous studies, so

Ultra-processed foods 'linked to cancer'

A link between highly processed foods and cancer has been suggested by French researchers.

First blood test to help diagnose brain injuries gets US OK

The first blood test to help doctors diagnose traumatic brain injuries has won

Hot tea ups esophageal cancer risk in smokers, drinkers

Drinking tea when it is too hot may increase the risk of esophageal cancer in

Anti-dengue vaccine may be linked to deaths

The Philippines said on Friday the anti-dengue vaccine Dengvaxia may be connected to three

Age 10-24 is the new adolescence period: Lancet

Gradual changes in biological growth and social role transitions -- coupled with delayed marriage and

BFSA issues warning on French baby milk products

Bangladesh Food Safety Authority (BFSA) has issued a warning on

Worms drain 14-year-old boy of 22 litres of blood

In a rare case, a 14-year-old boy, whose 22 litres of blood was sucked by

Common birth control drug may up risk of HIV: Study

Taking a popular injectable contraceptive drug is likely to increase the risk of developing HIV

Eating probiotics likely to help prevent depression

Besides keeping your gut healthy, consuming a diet

Organs printed from bio-ink closer to reality

Scientists have developed a way to print stable

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