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No arsenic contamination survey in 17 years

Around 20 million people in the country drink arsenic-contaminated water. The health directorate does not have updated records on persons affected by arsenic

A farmer bathing in deep tubewell water in Brahmanpara, Cumilla

Women more prone to uncontrolled diabetes: Study

Traditionally, women play the role of caregivers in India when it comes to families and their health. More often than not, this means that they prioritise the health of their loved ones over their ...

Women more prone to uncontrolled diabetes: Study

Diet for obese children

One needs to be careful regarding the diet of the children, especially for those who are overweight

Children’s diet must be balanced and nutritious for their proper growth and development

How to keep your home coronavirus free

As the deadly coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) spreading rapidly, people are doing everything to keep themselves safe but what about your own abode?

How to keep your home coronavirus free

Global virus death toll passes 30,850

The death toll from coronavirus COVID-19 jumped to 30,879 globally on Sunday. It has so far infected 663,740 people around the world, according to worldometer.

A man wearing a protective face mask is seen in a cemetery, as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues, London, Britain, 28 March 2020.

Woman with virus symptoms dies in Barishal

A woman with symptoms of coronavirus died at the coronavirus unit of Sher-e-Bangla Medical College (SBMC) in Barishal early Sunday

Woman with virus symptoms dies in Barishal

Hubei residents rush to leave virus epicentre

Huge crowds jammed trains and buses in Hubei province on Wednesday as people seized their first chance to travel after two months under lockdown at the epicentre of China's coronavirus outbreak.

Passengers wearing face masks get walk along the platform after arriving at the railway station in Macheng, in China’s central Hubei province on 25 March 2020.

Nobel Laureate predicts COVID-19 to soon go away

A prediction by Stanford University biophysicist and Nobel laureate Michael Levitt that new coronavirus is set to disappear soon as the world observes social distancing has given a booster shot to ...

Nobel Laureate Levitt predicts COVID-19 to soon go away

Trump declares virus fight close to end, but cases rise

President Donald Trump declared the beginning of the end of the coronavirus crisis in the United States on Tuesday and called for a quick end to social distancing, even as New York's governor ...

US president Donald Trump answers a questions during the daily briefing on the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, at the White House on 24 March 2020, in Washington, DC.

Police increase screening of overseas returnees

Police are strictly monitoring across the country whether those who returned from different countries are maintaining the 14-day mandatory home-quarantine, UNB reports quoting a senior official.

Police increase screening of overseas returnees
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