Tuesday, 25 January 2022
Nutritional diet in early pregnancy reduces risk of gestational diabetes
Researchers have found that dietary habits have an impact on both obesity and the onset of gestational diabetes in pregnant women
02 Jan 2022, 15:14
Violence against Women: Reproductive health and family planning services
A roundtable on ‘Gender Based Violence in relation with Sexual & Reproductive Health Rights and Family Planning Services’ was held on 13 December 2021, organised by USAID Sukhi Jibon, Pathfinder ...
25 Dec 2021, 16:03
Early exercise benefits women after breast augmentation
A new study has found that women who undergo breast augmentation can return to exercise in a week and there will be no risks or complications
25 Dec 2021, 10:16
'Family planning should be a women's decision'
The government is committed to reduce gender violence. Coordinated government and non-government efforts are required.
13 Dec 2021, 21:55
Burdening women with reproductive health
Receiving information and services in regard to family planning and making relevant decisions are sexual and reproductive rights and fundamental human rights. But women in Bangladesh have been ...
12 Dec 2021, 11:45
Financial incentives help pregnant women to quit smoking
According to a new research, pregnant women are more likely to stop smoking if they are offered financial incentives as part of a treatment plan
07 Dec 2021, 16:09
‘Covid vaccines not linked to menstrual changes’
Lung cancer patients may get good protection from mRNA Covid-19 vaccines even while undergoing treatments that suppress the immune system, a small study suggests
16 Nov 2021, 15:54
Illness related messages significant motivators for exercise
Fitness apps that emphasize illness- or death-related messaging are more likely to be effective in motivating participation than are social stigma, obesity, or financial cost messaging, according to ...
25 Oct 2021, 21:47
Awareness is essential for mental health
Attention must be paid to community-based mental healthcare to ensure the proper development of children and youth in the Covid-19 situation, said speakers at a roundtable
22 Oct 2021, 13:32
Living at high altitudes may lower chance of deadly stroke
A new study has found that people who live at higher altitudes have a lower risk of stroke and stroke-related death
02 Oct 2021, 15:51