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Tibetan medicine lures patients seeking drug-free cures Tibetan medicine lures patients seeking drug-free cures

Devotees swear Tibetan medicine works, though few scientific studies have been conducted into its efficacy


UN agency announces 2 more suspected Ebola cases in Congo UN agency announces 2 more suspected Ebola cases in Congo

WHO says Saturday there are now 11 suspected cases, including three reported deaths, in Likati in Congo's northern Bas-Uele Province


SC upholds HC ban on drugs of 28 companies SC upholds HC ban on drugs of 28 companies

A division bench comprising Justice Mohammad Dastagir Hossain and Justice Md Ataur Rahman Khan pass the order


Yogurt consumption may improve bone health in elderly Yogurt consumption may improve bone health in elderly

      Increased yogurt consumption is associated with a higher hip bone density and a…


Sushi lovers at risk of parasites in fish Sushi lovers at risk of parasites in fish

Another study reveales that people who regularly eat sushi could be at an increased risk of heart disease


Govt medicines found floating in SBMCH pond Govt medicines found floating in SBMCH pond

Around 13 types of medicines have so far been identified among the dumped medicines


Why are women more prone to asthma? Why are women more prone to asthma?

  Absence of testosterone in women may explain why females are doubly likely to develop asthma…


Vitamin D levels linked to a neurological disorder, but not asthma or dermatitis: Study Vitamin D levels linked to a neurological disorder: Study

  Despite previous reports, vitamin D supplements are unlikely to reduce the risk of asthma, atopic…


Eating cheese does not increase heart disease risk: study Eating cheese does not increase heart disease risk: study

The research supports previous findings that dairy foods, such as milk, cheese and yoghurts, can be part of a healthy, balanced diet


Energy drinks may be fatal for people with heart disease: Study Energy drinks may be fatal for people with heart disease: Study

    Drinking even a small amount of caffeinated energy drinks may trigger serious cardiac…


Poor environmental quality may up cancer rates: study Poor environmental quality may up cancer rates: study

The researchers find that the average annual incidence rate for all types of cancer is 451 cases per 100,000 people


Cinnamon can help repair damage done by high-fat diet Cinnamon can help repair damage done by high-fat diet

Cinnamon may lessen the risk of cardiovascular damage of a high-fat diet by activating the body's antioxidant and anti-inflammatory systems


Excess salt intake may increase stroke risk in teens: study Excess salt intake may increase stroke risk in teens

Too much salt caused measurable changes in blood vessels that led to arterial stiffness – early signs of cardiovascular disease


Cooking in oil fish during pregnancy may reduce kids’ diabetes risk Cooking in oil fish during pregnancy may reduce kids’ diabetes risk

  Women who increase consumption of omega 3 polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) — found especially…


Excess use of smartphone risks mental health Excess use of smartphone risks mental health

On days when adolescents used digital devices more, they had difficulty paying attention & exhibited attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder symptoms

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