Nutrition

FAO launches training for nutrition master trainers

Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO), a specialised agency of the United Nations, has launched a training programme for master trainers of agriculture ministry for building sector-wide pool of ...

FAO launches training for nutrition master trainers

Afghan babies succumb to hunger as winter descends

The Doctors Without Borders (MSF)-run facility in Herat, western Afghanistan's biggest city, seeks to help the community cope with a public health system on its last legs, hobbled by the withdrawal ...

This picture taken on 22 November, 2021 shows Edi Maa holding her baby receiving treatment for malnutrition at a Doctors Without Borders (MSF) nutrition centre in Herat

Regular millet consumption can combat anaemia: Study

Regular consumption of millets can improve haemoglobin and serum ferritin levels to reduce iron deficiency anaemia, which is rising globally

Millets can play a promising role in preventing and reducing high levels of iron deficiency anaemia

Genes play key role in exercise outcomes

The findings of a new study suggests that genes play a significant role in how bodies respond to exercise and has also identified a number of specific genes that influence the outcomes of different ...

Genes play key role in exercise outcomes

Price of eggs to be brought within purchasing capacity of people: Minister

Fisheries and livestock minister SM Rezaul Karim said on Friday that the price of eggs will soon be brought within the purchasing capacity of common people

Price of eggs to be brought within purchasing capacity of people: Minister

'We lack everything': Afghanistan's health system at breaking point

At an overcrowded hospital in Afghanistan, the few remaining doctors and nurses try urgently to treat skeletal babies and malnourished children packed side by side on beds

 A child suffering from malnutrition receives treatment at the Mirwais hospital in Kandahar on 27 September, 2021

Social media 'likes' positively influence healthy food choices

A new study has found that social media users who view images of healthy foods heavily endorsed with “likes” are more likely to make healthier food choices

Social media 'likes' positively influence healthy food choices

All you need to know about vitamin supplements

Good nutrition is incomplete without components like vitamins and minerals, that are needed in smaller quantities than carbs, protein and fats, but they're what keep the human body functioning ...

Good nutrition is incomplete without components like vitamins and minerals, that are needed in smaller quantities than carbs, protein and fats, but they're what keep the human body functioning optimally
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