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Rohingya (Pregnant) women in high risk of hepatitis C

Live Correspondent:A� Pregnant Rohingya women are in high risk of hepatitis C as eight percent women are infected with the hepatitis C virus, Prof. Mohammad Ali, Secretary General National Liver Foundation of Bangladesh, told campuslive today. "National Liver Foundation of Bangladesh conducted free hepatitis B and C screening of Rohingya pregnant women at Balukhali Union Health Centre,... details

Burn and plastic surgery institute to be opened in 2018

Live Correspondent: A�Health and Family Welfare Minister Mohammed Nasim today said the 500-seated Burn and Plastic Sergey Institute and Hospital after the name of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will be inaugurated in September, 2018. "Bangladesh Army has been constructing the institute in a quicker pace and with efficiency," he told newsmen after visiting the construction work of the institute... details

Hospitals to open help desks on chikungunya

Live Correspondent: Health and Family Welfare Minister Mohammad Nasim today directed all public hospitals across the country to open help desks to effectively tackle Chikungunya disease. Director General of Directorate General of Health Service (DGHS) Prof Dr Abul Kalam Azad revealed this at a meeting held here today, an official release said, adding initiatives have also been taken to set up,... details

CDC begins awareness campaign about Chikungunya

    Live Correspondent: Communicable Disease Control (CDC) unit of Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) has started awareness raising campaign about the Chikungunya to protect people from the disease. The campaign began today from ward number 9 and 10 in Mirpur-1. Dhaka North City Corporation (DNCC) will conduct the campaign in nine wards in the corporation area while Dhaka... details

Bangladesh to be freed from filarial disease by 2021

Health Live: A�Health and Family Welfare Minister Mohammad Nasim today said that Bangladesh would be recognized as filarial disease free country by 2021. "The disease would be driven out from all districts of Bangladesh within this period," he told the inaugural ceremony of a 3-day conference on "elimination of tropical diseases: keeping pledges" in Jakarta, Indonesia. Health Ministers of... details

Cabinet hails Saima on being WHO champion for autism

Live Correspondent: The cabinet today adopted a thanksgiving motion congratulating Saima Wazed Hossain, a strong advocate for autism, as she has been designated as a�?WHO Champion for Autisma�? in South-East Asia Region. "At the outset of today's meeting, the cabinet congratulated Ms Saima Wazed Hossain as World Health Organization (WHO) designated her as WHO Champion for Autism in... details

Rangpur medical interns call strike

A� Rangpur Live: Rangpur Medical College Hospital (RMCH) intern doctors have started an indefinite strike protesting the punishment of four intern doctors in Bogra. RMCH interns have stopped working since Saturday morning and held protest programmes in front of the hospital. Protesters say they demand withdrawal of the punishment meted out to four interns at Bograa��s Shaheed Ziaur... details

One fourth people in BD suffering from obesity

Health Live: Health experts at a roundtable here yesterday said one fourth people in Bangladesh are suffering from obesity while one third people in the world are overweight. Citing the statistics of World Health Organization (WHO), they said the people die from diseases caused by overweight or over eating is much more than die from malnutrition, a press release said yesterday. The health... details

Patchy spread of specialists mars healthcare

International Live: A rising imbalance in the spread of medical specialists between various fields is threatening to derange the countrya�� medical sector, reports a Health and Social Affairs ministry study. Currently, the number of medical training courses offered in some medical fields is rising sharply, while that number in other fields is declining. The study recommends that the number... details

10 Tasty Foods to Boost Your Vaginal Health

Live Correspondent: Everything that you put in your body can either improve or ruin your health, which is why you should always monitor what you eat and drink. When it comes to vaginal health, certain foods must be included in your eating plan too. All women have trouble with vaginal health at some point or another. Whether it is an irregular menstrual cycle, or a painful period, or various... details

Saima for addressing autism spectrum disorders

Live Correspondent:A� Saima Wazed Hossain, Chairman of National Advisory Committee on Autism, has urged the world community to identify country specific priorities for addressing Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and to act accordingly.A� She said this while chairing an expert group meeting on finalization of the WHO South-East Asia Regional Strategy on Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) held... details

5 Reasons You Should Eat Guava

Health Live: Guava is a fruit which is loved by all because of its unique flavour, fragranace and also good for health. The fruit contains rich amount of nutrients, antioxidants, vitamin C and lycopene which are necessary for maintaing overall health. Here are some health benefits of guava: Diabetes: Regular conumption of guava reduces the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes because of the high... details