How true is it that consumption of Kabiraji medicine cures jaundice?

jaundice

                                                                          OR ¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬† ¬†People’s misconceptions about jaundice INTRODUCTION: Jaundice is a word familiar to everyone. Almost everyone knows about this disease. If it is not treated in time, the disease can become complicated and even cause death. It causes the skin and eyes to appear yellow due to the increase in the yellow pigment called … Read more

Dengue Symptoms, Remedies and Actions

Dengue

Now rainy season. Dengue is now the name of fear. Because every day patients are being admitted to various hospitals with symptoms of this disease. For whatever reason, mosquito control programs have not met with success this time. The general symptoms of dengue are similar to those of other viral diseases. Many have taken treatment … Read more

Cataract and phaco surgery

DR. MD. SHARFUDDIN AHMED The cornea and lens of the eye are very necessary for human vision. If the transparent lens of the eye is opaque due to age or any other reason, vision is reduced, and normal functioning is disrupted. Cataracts are the opaque lenses of the eyes. With age, if there is an … Read more

Reproductive health care and safe maternity rights

Reproductive health refers to the overall well-being of the reproductive system. A pregnant woman must have the right to receive reproductive health care during pregnancy, all delivery services for safe motherhood, and postpartum services. It is a constitutional and fundamental right of pregnant women.The process of conceiving and giving birth to a child 3 is … Read more

What Women Need To Know About Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis, which means “porous bone,” is a disease in which the structure inside bones thins to the point where a slight fall or bump against a car door or piece of furniture can result in a fracture. A break can occur anywhere on your skeleton, although wrist, hip, and spine fractures are the most common. … Read more

Hepatitis D, C, G Virus

Disease: Hepatitis DHDV causes hepatitis D.Properties: It is a defective virus. It cannot replicate by itself because it does not have envelope protein.3.Depends on HBV because HDV uses the surface antigen of HBV, It is an enveloped virus. Single stranded RNA genome. Negative polarity.7.Its internal core protein is called delta antigen. It has no virion … Read more

Reproductive health care and safe maternity rights

Reproductive health refers to the overall well-being of the reproductive system. A pregnant woman must have the right to receive reproductive health care during pregnancy, all delivery services for safe motherhood, and postpartum services. It is a constitutional and fundamental right of pregnant women.The process of conceiving and giving birth to a child 3 is … Read more

Urinary tract infections in men

urinary tract infections

Usually, women get urinary tract infections. But men also get urinary tract infections. Some diseases and problems increase the risk of urinary tract infections in men. However, in the case of urinary tract infections in men, the matter has to be taken seriously. * As men get older, the prostate gland gets bigger, putting pressure … Read more

Thalassemia disease and cure

Thalassemia disease

Symptoms of thalassemia It carries oxygen to different parts of the body. This haemoglobin is made up of two types of chains: an alpha chain and a beta chain. Any of these problems can stop the body from making haemoglobin. As a result, the body makes haemoglobin which isn’t right. A normal red blood cell … Read more

The etiquette of using a smartphone

using a smartphone

HASANUL JOY Mobile phones are a common method of keeping in touch today. People can now use this mobile phone. People use their mobile phones to communicate, trade, buy and sell goods, and learn new things. However, when it comes to religious and ethical considerations, cell phone users have a number of guidelines that they … Read more

Ways to prevent baby obesity

obesity

Feeding should not be forced. The practice of feeding by displaying mobile phones and television should be discontinued. Instead, children should be fed only when they are hungry.” Ways to prevent baby obesityWith age, the human body will become a little heavier, and fat will accumulate and become obese. This is normal. But it is … Read more

HEPATITIS

Hepatitis

Viral hepatitis: A major public health issue If I were a snail, I might have lived inside its shell. Or in a bustling, noisy hive if I were a bee. To survive, however, as a person on this planet, I must maintain a delicate equilibrium between atoms, bacteria, viruses, and parasites. Therefore, I will discuss … Read more

Can diet changes help endometriosis?

endometriosis

J R SIKDER If you’re unfamiliar with “endometriosis,” let me give you a brief definition tounderstand better what I’m talking about. Endometriosis is a long-term condition in which tissue similar to the womb’s lining grows in other places, such as the ovaries and fallopian tubes. The pain in your lower abdomen or back (pelvic pain) … Read more

Period Poverty & Stigma in Bangladesh 

Period poverty

Period poverty is defined as a shortage of sanitary goods, menstrual hygiene education, and sanitation infrastructure. It’s a global problem, and the financial strains of the COVID-19 pandemic have made it much more difficult for people to obtain the products they want. ¬†Period poverty is prevalent in Bangladeshi communities, as many individuals regard menstrual products … Read more

INFANTS NUTRITION & GROWTH MONITOR

baby health

Samia Siddika ‘The children of today will make the future of tomorrow’. Proper nutrition is fundamental to a child’s continued healthy growth, from birth through adulthood. Experts say, “Breast milk is the best source of nutrition for babies during the first six months”. In the first three years of infants’ life, correct feeding is particularly … Read more

Preventing onslaught of diarrhoea amid sweltering heat

increases the incidence of diarrhoea

Dr. Shuvashish Roy The fasting month is going on, and public life is unbearable in the scorching heat. This type of hot weather usually increases the incidence of diarrhoea. Hospitals are already seeing an influx of diarrhoea-stricken patients of all ages. When the throat becomes dry in the unbearable heat, the mind becomes anxious to … Read more

Ramadan 2022: What to Eat and What to Avoid 

Ramadan 2022

Dr. Shuvashish Roy Ramadan 2022 Ramadan 2022: Most Muslims are required to forgo food and drink between sunrise and sunset during Ramadan as it is an opportunity to break the chains of bad eating habits, but most people are not reaping the full benefits of this month. It is somewhat challenging to have the proper … Read more

Tuberculosis (TB)

Tuberculosis (TB)

Dr. Amany Ayub MBBS, MPH Public Health Specialist Global Scenario Tuberculosis TB is the 13th leading cause of death worldwide and the second leading infectious killer after COVID-19 (above HIV/AIDS). In 2020, an estimated 10 million people will fall ill with tuberculosis (TB) worldwide. 5.6 million men, 3.3 million women, and 1.1 million children. TB … Read more

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