Common people are benefitting from their services well equipped with modern healthcare system and supported by local government and community support groups
The event commemorated World Health Day and launched Inner Circle, a psychosocial counselling centre.
Are the awareness campaigns working?
Bangladesh’s health sector has come a long way, reaching several millennium development goals and taking great strides in maternal and child health, immunisation coverage and TB control. But the double burden of existing communicable and emerging non-communicable diseases (NCDs) is threatening to undermine the benefits of development and growth that have been achieved over the past four decades.
The restrictive policies surrounding abortion and the need to change them
World Health Day focuses on mental health this year
A small group fighting hard to raise awareness on Down Syndrome
The ban falls firmly on their production of antibiotics, steroids and cancer drugs
Free medical services will be provided by public hospitals across the country to commemorate the 98th birthday of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.
In an exclusive interview with Abu Siddique of the Dhaka Tribune Dr Zaheed Husain talks about cancer treatment in Bangladesh and how he plans to provide cancer-related healthcare facilities to Bangladeshis through Praava
In recognition of International Women’s Day, DHL Bangladesh organised a two-day programme to raise awareness about breast and cervical cancer among women.
Mostly grown in tropical climates around the world, aloe vera has been used for centuries for medicinal purposes. From using it as a substitute for shaving gels to reducing heartburn and constipation, this universal plant has plenty of uses.
Bangladesh’s outlook for the treatment of children with cancer has improved in recent years, but the capacity still falls short to cover total number of patients.
Brac has decided to increase investment in the “Maya Apa” mobile app, to ensure quality information and counselling services for a greater number of people.
Thirteen-year-old Himel loves watching cartoons, conversing with other children and playing indoor games. He would like to play outdoors with the other boys, but he cannot. Himel has been diagnosed with cancer
Newly formed mental health counselling service LifeSpring announced its soft launch at their day-long event titled ‘Breaking the shackles’ on February 3 at the MIDAS Financing Limited auditorium in Dhaka. The 10am to 5pm event hosted a seminar with audience participation, where leading psychiatrists and mental health professionals spoke.
Bangladeshi migrants living in China and a specialised Indian hospital have lent their assistance to a man who plead to euthanise his two sons and grandson.
Although many health experts think e-cigs are a lower-risk alternative to smoking, some question their long-term safety