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How to combat bedsores
SM Farhan Bin Hossain . Dhaka
15:20, Dec 14, 2018
Pressure ulcer or pressure sores commonly known as bedsores are caused due to prolonged pressure on the skin. The condition often occurs to bedridden patients with paralysis, cerebral stroke and patients who had gone through surgery or other diseases. Bedsores cause pains, unease and to some...
Daycare made compulsory in Denmark's disadvantaged areas
AFP . Copenhagen
22:10, Dec 13, 2018
Denmark on Thursday adopted legislation making daycare mandatory for all children over the age of one in disadvantaged neighbourhoods, and parents...
Eyes may signal mental stress level
IANS . New York
09:53, Dec 13, 2018
With demands of work productivity shooting up stress levels, researchers have discovered that a person's eyes may offer a solution. The study...
Coffee to combat Parkinson's
IANS . New York
09:44, Dec 12, 2018
Combining two compounds found in coffee can act as therapeutic against Parkinson's disease and Lewy body dementia -- the two progressive and...
Maggot, tarantula, bat at Disgusting Food Museum
AFP . Los Angeles
13:41, Dec 11, 2018
Care for some maggot cheese, fried tarantula or a bat? Or how about fried locusts, grasshoppers or virgin boy eggs? These delicacies are among...
Tackle infant's thyroid disease
Abid Hossain Mollah
16:09, Dec 10, 2018
Thyroxin is the most crucial hormone for brain development and growth of a child. The hormone is secreted from the thyroid gland in the throat....
Serbia wants baby boom, couples not in mood
AFP . Belgrade
14:42, Dec 10, 2018
"Give birth, don't delay!", says a rousing call by the Serbian state to young couples. "Let babies' cries be heard!" is another of the baby-making...
Asthma an worsen in winter
Heavy screen time impacts children's brains: study
UN Women chief calls for continuing #MeToo movement
German town puts Elvis on traffic lights
Rohingya crisis to be displayed in photo show
Chest pain is not always the heart
Afghan women find freedom in running
Hope, uncertainty on medicine frontiers
Reuters . New York
11:34, Dec 07, 2018
“I wish I didn’t have this hand anymore,” my 4-year-old son said as he woke one winter morning. “Why, my love?”...
Allen Ginsberg showed a war-ravaged Bangladesh
Sarfuddin Ahmed . Dhaka
18:28, Dec 06, 2018
Bengali poet and novelist Sunil Ganguly, in his autobiography ‘Chhabir Deshe, Kabitar Deshe’ (In the country of pictures and poems),...
Exercise for expectant mothers
Umma Shaila Rumki
18:16, Dec 06, 2018
During pregnancy blood produces a hormone named relaxin, which loosens the joints, veins and muscles. It helps the uterus to accommodate the embryo...
One hour on treadmill boosts metabolism for two days
IANS . New York
11:58, Dec 06, 2018
A single workout session consisting of three 20-minute treadmill runs could activate neurons that are important regulators of blood glucose levels...
Chanel, first luxury fashion house to shed animal pelts
AFP . Paris
10:11, Dec 05, 2018
Chanel has become the first luxury fashion house to turn its back on exotic animal pelts such as lizard, crocodile and snake skin, in a move hailed...
8-hour sleep may boost academic performance
IANS . New York
10:50, Dec 04, 2018
Worried that your son or daughter sleep more even during final exams week? If so, take heart. According to a study, students who sleep for eight...
Cavities, cause and prevention
Arup Ratan Choudhury
15:46, Dec 03, 2018
Cavities can be caused by a number of reasons. Tooth decay or caries, holes formed in teeth and root canal treatment may cause this dental...
Africa eyes mobile gaming boom
AFP . Cape Town
10:06, Dec 03, 2018
An army of humans laid waste to an alien colony as South African video game maker Simon Spreckley enthusiastically controlled the action using his...
From Biblical to revival
AFP . Amman
22:33, Dec 02, 2018
Two Jordanian families aim to put wine from their desert land on the world viticultural map, reviving an age-old tradition that some suggest has...
Tutankhamun treasures set to tour world
AFP . Paris
09:53, Dec 02, 2018
Four decades after the boy pharaoh caused a sensation in the US and Europe, treasures from the tomb of Tutankhamun are to tour the world again --...
10 facts to mark the 30th World AIDS Day
Reuters . London
16:52, Dec 01, 2018
The global campaign to end AIDS has made significant strides but the epidemic remains one of the world's leading public health challenges,...
East Africa may lose 'cradle of mankind' crown
AFP . Algiers
16:36, Dec 01, 2018
Archaeologists in Algeria have discovered stone tools and cut animal bones that may be up to 2.4 million years old, bringing into question East...
'Make Christmas Great Again'!
15:56, Dec 01, 2018
An Air New Zealand advertisement released for the Christmas season this week takes a dig at US president Donald Trump by portraying an American boy...
Rare Van Gogh photo is of Vincent's brother: Experts
AFP . Amsterdam
12:14, Dec 01, 2018
For decades the bright-eyed boy in the photograph was believed to be the legendary artist Vincent Van Gogh at the age of 13.But experts revealed...
Nuanced flavours of Ginza
15:39, Nov 30, 2018
Minimalistic and monochromatic. The deceptively simplistic interior of Ginza is reflected in its dishes - the steamed gyoza, sushi, teriyaki, tofu...
Tame your pain without painkillers
15:15, Nov 29, 2018
Pains are more or less common in everyone's life. Diseases of the bones, muscles, nervous system along with cancer, and contagious diseases may...
Israel unveils rare, ancient mask
AFP . Jérusalem
11:43, Nov 29, 2018
The Israel Antiquities Authority on Wednesday unveiled what it said was a rare 9,000-year-old stone mask linked to the beginnings of agricultural...
Less cortisol released in evening stress: Study
IANS . Tokyo
10:17, Nov 29, 2018
Human bodies which experience stress in the evening release less cortisol -- the primary stress hormone in humans -- compared to stressful events...
Paris Opera keeps venerable crafts alive
AFP . Paris
09:21, Nov 28, 2018
At the Paris Opera, people often say that for the curtain to rise on its stars, the talents of 100 different trades are needed behind the scenes....
Severe vomiting during pregnancy
16:26, Nov 27, 2018
Nausea, vomiting and dizziness are common for the first three months of pregnancy. But, for some this turns severe. They cannot eat, vomit...
Ferdous has high hopes for 'Postmaster 71'
Enmity threat to congenial environment
‘6 paramilitary soldiers in Pakistan’
What is corporate social responsibility – and does it work?
Voter turnout surges in fair election
Blocking 54 news sites will damage polls credibility: RSF
3 killed falling off train rooftop
'EC mulls restriction on live streaming'
AL men 'attack' Kamal Hossain’s motorcade
AL attacking opponents sensing defeat in polls: BNP
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