Calling for continued efforts to further scale up health services for nearly 1.3 million people in Cox’s Bazar, Rohingyas and their
Bangladesh Food Safety Authority is monitoring the withdrawal of a French baby milk product from the market that has been found contaminated with bacteria.
As schools reopened on 1st January after the winter break, children in Ukhia sub-district of Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, lined up to not
The air quality alert programme in Toronto (Canada) had limited effects in protecting the public’s health from air pollution between 2003
About 11,956 women are diagnosed with cervical cancer in Bangladesh every year and over 6,582 die of the disease, experts say, adding that no woman should die of cervical cancer as it can be treated and cured if it is diagnosed early.
The benefits of a healthy diet may be greatest in those at the highest genetic risk for obesity, according to a study in The BMJ.
With temperatures dipping and a cold wave sweeping throughout the country, ailments common to winter are rising, especially among children.
The abuse of narcotics drugs has increased manifold in Bangladesh including its production and involvement of terrorists groups with
A lack of robust surveillance and data on enteric fever — typhoid and paratyphoid fever — contributes to difficulty in studying,
At the end of December 2017, World Health Organisation (WHO) prequalified the first conjugate vaccine for typhoid, Bharat Biotech’s
Stuck in stuffy nose hell? As tempting as it is to blow through a tissue box a day, the temporary relief you might feel is not worth it. Put