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Hypertension may up heart valve disorder risk: Study By Sun Online Desk | Last Updated: 19th October, 2017, 09:09

Despite significant advances in the understanding of valve disease, mitral regurgitation has until now been largely considered a degenerative disorder

Hypertension may up heart valve disorder risk: Study

Liver cancer is linked to herbal remedies across Asia: study Liver cancer is linked to herbal remedies across Asia: study

The findings suggest stronger measures needed to prevent people from consuming chemicals called aristolochic acids that are given during childbirth


Stress is just as unhealthy as junk food Stress is just as unhealthy as junk food

A study carried out on mice showed that the bacteria in the gut of the mice under stress turned to bacteria in the gut of the mice on a high-fat diet


6.80 lakh Rohingyas immunised in Ukhia, Teknaf 6.80 lakh Rohingyas immunised

The world’s second largest oral vaccination campaign, led by the Health Ministry, ended on Monday on a highly successful note


Sugar makes cancer tumours more aggressive: Study Sugar makes cancer tumours more aggressive: Study

It provides evidence for a positive correlation between sugar and cancer, which may have far-reaching impacts on tailor-made diets for cancer patients


ILO asked to stop taking funds from tobacco companies ILO asked to stop taking funds from tobacco cos

The ILO has been slammed for its partnerships with tobacco companies and accused of jeopardising global efforts to regulate tobacco use


Apollo Dhaka observes World Spine Day Apollo Dhaka observes World Spine Day

World Spine Day is observed around the world every year on October 16 to raise awareness about spinal disorders


Higher Vitamin D dose may boost bone density in preemies Higher Vitamin D dose may boost bone density in preemies

Rickets is a disease that leads to softening and weakening of bones in children due to Vitamin D deficiency


Broccoli may ward off leaky gut problems Broccoli may ward off leaky gut problems

Broccoli may also help prevent cancerous diseases and Crohn’s Disease, caused by inflammation in the lining of the gut


Magic mushrooms can 'reset' depressed brain Magic mushrooms 'reset' depressed brain

Half of patients ceased to be depressed and experienced changes in their brain activity that lasted about five weeks


Mumbaikars worst hit by stress: Study Mumbaikars worst hit by stress: Study

The major worries of working professionals are tight deadlines, missing targets, coping with pressure, office politics and many others


icddr,b honoured with humanitarian award icddr,b honoured with humanitarian award

Hilton Foundation President and CEO Peter Laugharn in his address lauds icddr,b’s role in public health research and innovation


Knowledge and practices of handwashing ‘abysmally poor’: study Knowledge and practices of handwashing ‘abysmally poor’: study

Handwashing with soap at five critical times are estimated to reduce diarrhoeal diseases by 47 per cent


Extra food supplements must to offset protein deficiency: Study Extra food supplements must to offset protein deficiency: Study

According to a study by research firm IMRB, Lucknow is most protein-deficient city with 90% of its population suffering from protein deficiency


President asks physicians not to make cut-throat business President asks physicians not to make cut-throat business

Abdul Hamid also stresses the need for ensuring modern and world-standard medical education so that the students can acquire time-befitting knowledge


Child and teen obesity spreading across the globe World's children rapidly turning obese

Obese children are likely to become obese adults, putting them at risk of serious health problems

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