More than 450,000 people all over the country have been diagnosed with diarrhoea
Since the diarrhoea outbreak at the beginning of last month, the spread of diarrhoea has not subsided in the capital. Now after a month, diarrhoea patients are increasing in different districts ...
Research is hardly required to know the plight of healthcare in Bangladesh. The tragic condition of treatment facilities in government and private hospitals is revealed in various media reports and ...
To achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and take the country forward on the path of prosperity, work is underway to rehabilitate 100,000 children by freeing them from hazardous labour by ...
With the new Covid-19 strain Omicron surging, the overall number of coronavirus cases is fast approaching 279 million, causing nearly two years of collective trauma
According to Johns Hopkins University (JHU), the total case count mounted to 269,110,185 while the death toll from the virus reached 5,294,933 till Saturday morning
Omicron does not appear to cause more severe disease than previous Covid variants, and is "highly unlikely" to fully dodge vaccine protections, a top WHO official told AFP Tuesday
Fifty-six new dengue patients have been hospitalised in 24 hours until Monday morning
Sixty-eight new dengue patients have been hospitalised in 24 hours until Sunday morning
Bangladesh in recent times saw zero Covid deaths and the least number of infections after a long time. Amid this, the outbreak of the deadly virus’s new variant, Omicron, is worrying
As many as 110 new dengue patients have been admitted to hospital in 24 hours until Sunday morning
Lead is a silent killer. WHO has identified lead as one of the leading chemicals of concern to public health, and the Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) estimates that lead exposure ...
Another 151 patients were hospitalised with dengue fever across the country in 24 hours till Tuesday morning
Dengue has claimed one more life while 183 more patients were hospitalised with the fever in the last 24 hours till Saturday morning
A Dhaka court on Thursday granted interim bail to former director general of the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) Abul Kalam Azad in the Regent Hospital scam case