| Dhaka, Monday, 24 April 2017

5D can record human history!

5D can record human history!

Open a new era of permanent data capacity, scientists at Southampton University, five-dimensional (5D) digital recording nanostructured write data using Ultrafast Laser glass and retrieval process is developed. More

Travel for a happier, healthier you

Travel for a happier, healthier you

Travelling, as considered by most people, is a welcome break needed from the realities and stressful scenarios of the phenomenon called life. Every once in a while, you may have ... More

 Health minister Mohammad Nasim says  3 more public hospitals in Dhaka

 Health minister Mohammad Nasim says  3 more public hospitals in Dhaka

The government is planning to set up three more public hospital’s in the capital’s Mirpur, Uttara and Jatrabari areas, said health minister Mohammad Nasim. More

New snakebite antidote

New snakebite antidote

Geneva, Switzerland: Experts warned that the world is running out of one of the most effective snakebite treatments, putting tens of thousands of lives at risk. More

To know about Swine Flu

To know about Swine Flu

From 2009 onwards we have been increasingly seeing media reports on swine flu (H1N1). Swine flu is contagious. Influenza viruses infect the cells lining your nose, throat and lungs. It ... More

 you  are old

 you  are old

Scientists say they have developed a way of testing how well, or badly, your body is ageing. More

“Daktar Bhai” passes away

“Daktar Bhai” passes away

He was affectionately called “Daktar Bhai” (doctor brother). Rightly so, because he served them for decades in a Tangail village, thousands of miles away from home, to live up to ... More

Eating raw oysters and shellfish may increase the risk of getting infected by human norovirus

Eating raw oysters and shellfish may increase the risk of getting infected by human norovirus

Eating raw oysters and shellfish may increase the risk of getting infected by human norovirus that causes stomach pain, diarrhoea, nausea and vomiting, a study says. More

Simple ways to get relief from period cramps

Simple ways to get relief from period cramps

We all deal with period cramps which make our lives hell during that time of the month. Even though we take medicines, it just provides short-term relief. Besides, consuming too ... More

 NGO says "Kalam was passionate about Ayurveda"

 NGO says

Former president APJ Abdul Kalam was passionate about the ancient Indian medicine system of Ayurveda and was keen to modernise it on a global scale, the chief of an international ... More

New combo therapehy  against melanoma

New combo therapehy  against melanoma

Scientists have for the first time found that a novel combination therapy is highly effective at treating melanoma patients with skin metastases. More

5 reasons to eat sprouts

5 reasons to eat sprouts

Sprouts are considered as the wonder-food because they are packed with nutrients and can be eaten raw or cooked. It is also a rich source of protein, anti-oxidants and other ... More

To help your child stop wetting the bed

To help your child stop wetting the bed

Nocturnal enuresis or nighttime urinary incontinence, commonly called bedwetting or sleepwetting, is quite common in school-age kids. It is an involuntary urination that occurs usually at night. More

Pre-marital sex now at 14 years 

Pre-marital sex now at 14 years 

The need for sex education as a part of the Indian education system has been a topic of heated debate for a long time. Many arguments have been given as ... More

Eat hot chillies daily to stay in figure 

Eat hot chillies daily to stay in figure 

If you love to include chillies in your diet, you have another healthy reason to do so. According to a study, consumption of hot chillies can prevent overeating via an ... More

Beware, dengue can affect your vision

Beware, dengue can affect your vision

Dengue fever is a dangerous and debilitating disease caused by the Aedes aegypti mosquito. But, what's even scarier is that the mosquito-borne disease can affect vision and in rare cases, ... More

'Artificial leaf' powered by solar energy 

'Artificial leaf' powered by solar energy 

Researchers at Monash University in Melbourne have formulated a solar-powered device that replicates the photosynthesis process that plants and bacteria follow. In spite of the fact that it doesn't precisely ... More

 Increases stroke risks if working longer hours

 Increases stroke risks if working longer hours

Working 55 hours or more per week is linked to a one third greater risk of stroke compared to a 35-40 hour work week, according to research published Thursday. More

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