Monday, September 21, 2015



New Zealand scientists have performed the first-ever 3-D, colour

First malaria drug in 60 years approved

A drug to treat malaria - the first such pill to get approval in

‘Dangerous complaceny’ feared as AIDS conference opens

A world AIDS assembly opens in Amsterdam on Monday

‘Dangerous complacency’ looms over world AIDS meeting

Thousands of experts and activists 

Fish oil for a healthy heart 'nonsense': research

Taking omega-3 fish oil supplements is often touted as a way simple way to protect

Higher blood lead found in pregnant women of Bangladesh: icddr,b study

Presence of higher blood lead level (BLL) has been found in some pregnant women of

J&J ordered to pay $4.69 bn damages in talc cancer case

US pharmaceutical giant Johnson & 

Probe into Samoa infant deaths after vaccine jabs

International health experts launched an investigation Thursday into why two Samoan

Integrated efforts for successful vitamin ‘A’ plus campaign stressed

Integrated efforts need to be taken by all 

'Artificial ovary' may help cancer patients

Scientists have taken early steps towards developing an artificial

‘Slow but sure’ progress toward less toxic tools to fight cancer

John Ryan is just one of

Air pollution plays significant role in diabetes: study

Air pollution caused one in seven new cases of diabetes in 2016,

Scientists for malaria vaccine using parasite mapping technique

Australian scientists on Thursday said they have taken a

Tokyo passes strict anti-smoking laws ahead of Olympics

Tokyo’s city government Wednesday passed strict new anti-smoking rules ahead

Thousands join Yoga Day celebration in city

Commemorating International Day of Yoga 2018, Indian High Commission

In US, cigarette smoking reaches new low: study

Just 13.9 percent of the US population smokes cigarettes, according to

Gaming addiction 'a mental health condition'

For most people gaming is an enjoyable hobby and a way to spend time with

Experts raise NASH alarm

Some 150 global liver and metabolic disease experts including Bangladesh’s Prof Mamum Al

Polio makes comeback in Venezuela after decades

Polio has been reported in Venezuela, a crisis-wracked country where the disease had been eradicated

Microplastics causes many fatal diseases: Research

Research shows that many of the microplastics in our

Health budget reduced

Finance Minister AMA Muhith has reduced the health budget slightly in percentage of allocation while

Tobacco kills 7 million a year: WHO

Fewer people are smoking worldwide, especially women, but only one country in eight is on

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

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