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Dhaka’s household COVID waste mixes with regular garbage, raising risk of infection

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Dhaka, 7 June, 2021: In Dhaka, masks or even rubber gloves littered on the streets are a common sight now amid the coronavirus pandemic. The mindless dumping of the personal protective gear poses big health and environmental risks, experts say. Huge amounts of such trashes, commonly called COVID waste, are also mixed up with household […]

Mercury-Free Dental Implants Materials Market is accounted for US$ 10.3 billion in 2020 with 5.7% CAGR by 2027 | Global Analysis by Size, Growth, Trends, Development Activities by Top Players And Country Level Analysis

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Dhaka, 2 June, 2021: Zirconia, ceramic, or titanium, a biocompatible ceramic material, are used to make mercury-free dental implants. Without any symptoms of inflammation or foreign body rejection, zirconia fully assimilates (osseointegrates) into the jaw bone. The titanium implants have a grey tint to them. Since zirconia is white, it will not show through thin tissue. […]

Inappropriate disposal of masks, gloves, PPE poses big health risk

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Dhaka, 23 May, 2021: In Dhaka, masks or even rubber gloves littered on the streets are a common sight now amid the coronavirus pandemic. The mindless dumping of personal protective equipment (PPE) poses big health and environmental risks, experts say. Huge amounts of such trash, commonly called COVID waste, are also mixed up with household […]

Tips for Healthy Children and Families

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Dhaka, 11 May, 2021: Raising a family isn’t always easy. You are busy, and so are your children. There is a lot to do in little time. But the stakes are high. Today, many kids are overweight or obese. A healthy, active lifestyle can help maintain weight. It also can prevent health issues, such as diabetes, heart disease, asthma, […]

More sleep or more exercise: the best time trade-offs for children’s health

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Dhaka, 4 May, 2021: More sleep could offset children’s excess indulgence over school holidays as new research from the University of South Australia shows the same health benefits may be achieved by either extra sleep or extra exercise. The striking new finding is part of a study that shows how children can achieve equivalent physical and mental […]

‘Covid-19 medical waste disposal neglected’

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Dhaka, 12 April, 2021: Around 93.4% of the Covid-19 related medical waste is not managed properly, says a recent study Although a year has passed since the pandemic unfolded in Bangladesh, the management of highly hazardous Covid-19 waste has not improved as the authorities remain reluctant to develop an effective mechanism. Experts warn that the amount […]

World Health Day 2021: Together we can reach a fairer and healthier world

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Dhaka, 7 April 2021: World Health Day will be commemorated globally, under the theme “Together for a fairer, healthier world”. On this occasion, the World Health Organization (WHO) calls for urgent action to eliminate health inequities and mobilize action to attain better health for all and leave no one behind. Inequities have always existed. Despite […]

Lead poisoning and stunting in Bangladesh: a missing link

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Dhaka, 1 April, 2021: Long-term malnutrition might at first seem like a medical condition and its remedial measures easy, using balanced diet, appropriate for age, along with needed micronutrients. In Bangladesh, around 36% of the children are suffering from chronic malnutrition (stunting or low height-for-age). Not only they are more vulnerable to infections, but more importantly, […]

Vitamin D deficiency during COVID-19: a paediatric perspective

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Dhaka, 29 March, 2021: Vitamin D deficiency is one of the most prevalent micronutrient deficiencies in the world. It has emerged as a public health problem in many developing countries of the world including Bangladesh. Over a billion people worldwide are vitamin D deficient. The worldwide prevalence of vitamin D deficiency is 30-50% among children […]

FDA Pledges to Take Action on Heavy Metals in Baby Food

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Dhaka, 6 March, 2021: The Food and Drug Administration announced plans aimed at limiting the amount of heavy metals, such as lead and arsenic, in baby food. But consumer advocates said it was unclear how effective the effort would be without further details.   The FDA announcement follows a U.S. House of Representatives subcommittee report in […]

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