- August 22, 2017
It is hoped the research may offer some solace to women with potentially problematic genetic histories.
Maternal and child under-nutrition is believed to be the underlying cause of 3.5 million annual deaths and almost half of the total diseases suffered by the children aged less than five years
A Bangladeshi doctor’s innovative technique to prevent women from bleeding out after childbirth has been overlooked for years
The wire had not caused any long-term damage to the woman’s health
Nearly 22.5 million children, between the ages of six months and five years, will be fed Vitamin A Plus capsules under the campaign to prevent blindness and reduce mortality
The embryos, tested in the laboratory, were allowed to develop for only a few days
The child was given a ten-month course of anti-AIDS medicine until she was one year old, then taken off the drugs as part of a medical trial. Eight years and nine months later, the virus is still dormant and the girl healthy without needing treatment.
Tests found 91.5% sodium chloride, 7.5% sodium sulphate and 1% moisture in the imported salt
‘The number was 196 until May 25, which increased to 649 by July 12. So the disease has not spread so much that it can be termed epidemic’
Though the vaccine had yet to be tested on human subjects, animal trials proved spectacularly effective
Brac’s warning message on chikungunya, which was posted on its Facebook page on May 17, has already reached thousands of Facebook users
Although sterilisation is simple procedure, for both men and women, women tend to bear a disproportionate amount of burden when it comes to getting sterilised.
European’s drinking habits are putting its people at a higher risk of cancer, a report by the United European Gastroenterology group finds. Europeans drink more alcohol than people on any other continent.
Misuse of antibiotics will lead to a frightening future where no disease is treatable, experts say
The campaigners will go from door to door with the aim of alerting people to the fact that the aedis mosquito does not only breed outdoors
Founder of the non-profit organisation Authentic Method of Alternative Learning (AMAL) Esrat Karim Eve opens up to the Dhaka Tribune’s Ayesha Mahmud about the work the organisation has been doing with the youth regarding mental health, education, empowerment, employability and de-radicalisation.
Doctors should be punished if they made the mistake, otherwise the students should be punished for their act
71.3% of the urban population said the quality of healthcare was poor and 56.4% felt that not enough doctors or facilities were available