During pregnancy, nutrition is more important than ever. Because a pregnant woman needs more of many important nutrients than a normal, non-pregnant woman. It should be noted that a lactating woman requires additional nutritional support. Therefore, the selection and consumption of healthy foods will help to give birth to healthy babies, i.e., babies with proper body weight and proper physiological functions. This also helps to maintain the health of pregnant women.
Immunotherapies have gained much attention nowadays in the treatment of cancer. Among them, therapeutic DNA cancer vaccines are now considered a very promising strategy to activate the immune system against cancer tumour.
Vitiligo commonly known as Sheti in Bangladesh, is a depigmentation disorder affects the skin melanocyte cells by our own immune system - mainly the T lymphocyte. Many factors are associated for vitiligo. In Bangladesh, many people assume it a contagious disease - but scientifically it is a myth. It occurs for the hyperactivity of the body’s defense system that kills the melanin producing cells.
Vitamin K is a fat-soluble vitamin found in food and supplements. Vitamin K is needed for blood coagulation and calcium-binding in bones and
Migraine can be defined as a primary headache, characterized by frequent headaches from mild to severe, usually affecting one side of the head and sustaining for hours to three days. This disorder can be ranked as the most prevalent consequence of the disability of people under 50 years of age. Approximately 14.4% of global adults have migraines.
From village to town, printed and used paper is widely used in Bangladesh to serve food, especially street food. But the real question is how safe it is for our health. The Bangladesh Food Safety Authority (BFSA) has also warned about using printed paper and polythene for serving oily and warm food, but the implementation of the decision is not properly regulated.
Selfie is a well-known word in the modern world of social media violence.
The Spanish flu infected about 500 million people in 26 months. Its four-phased outbreaks killed at least 50 million people in the world. Looking at