Hair Loss: Joe Tillman and the Emotional Fall Out

Imagine you’re 17 years of age, standing in the lunchroom and idly minding your own business. Suddenly, someone points an accusing finger at you and alerts everyone to the fact that you are losing your hair. How would you feel? What would that do to your psyche? Suffice to say, you’d be absolutely devastated.

Corporate nutrition for better productivity

A healthy workplace complements by supporting the health and wellbeing of employees. Public health strategies place increasing emphasis on opportunities to promote healthy behaviours within the workplace setting. Productivity at work can get greatly affected

Not just for kids, milk is good for adults too

As we grow older, we are likely to stop drinking this nutritious beverage, perhaps because we associate it too much with childhood and want to move on to more “grown-up” drinks like coffee and tea. However, milk is important in dietary intake for both children and adults.

Keeping your heart healthy

‘My Heart, Your Heart’ — the theme is about celebrating and connecting like-minded people. Which create a sense of commitment around the common cause of heart health. It is a concept that encapsulate the values of the World Heart Day.

Adolescents: health risks and solutions

Around 1.2 billion people, or 1 in 6 of the world’s population, are adolescents aged 10 to 19. Most are healthy, but there is still substantial premature death, illness, and injury among adolescents.

Surprising causes of sudden tooth sensitivity

Do you ever feel a sudden, sharp sensation in your teeth when you are drinking something cold, hot or eating something sweet or sour? If so, then you are suffering from teeth sensitivity and according to a study, 1 out of 3 people suffer from teeth sensitivity in Bangladesh. Here is how to figure out the source of sudden discomfort.

May 10, 2021
May 10, 2021

Hair Loss: Joe Tillman and the Emotional Fall Out

Imagine you’re 17 years of age, standing in the lunchroom and idly minding your own business. Suddenly, someone points an accusing finger at you and alerts everyone to the fact that you are losing your hair. How would you feel? What would that do to your psyche? Suffice to say, you’d be absolutely devastated.

August 18, 2019
August 18, 2019

Corporate nutrition for better productivity

A healthy workplace complements by supporting the health and wellbeing of employees. Public health strategies place increasing emphasis on opportunities to promote healthy behaviours within the workplace setting. Productivity at work can get greatly affected

January 6, 2019
January 6, 2019

Not just for kids, milk is good for adults too

As we grow older, we are likely to stop drinking this nutritious beverage, perhaps because we associate it too much with childhood and want to move on to more “grown-up” drinks like coffee and tea. However, milk is important in dietary intake for both children and adults.

January 6, 2019
January 6, 2019

5 simple but healthy habits to start this January

If you want to boost your health in 2019 but resolutions seem too daunting, then read on for five easy ways to improve well-being each day and throughout the new year.

December 30, 2018
December 30, 2018

Let’s Talk 'RLC' & 'Health Begins at Home’

If you visit local hospitals or doctors’ clinics, you will see that there is a record rise of some illnesses like diabetes, heart diseases and

December 30, 2018
December 30, 2018

Preventing pneumonia in seniors

Pneumonia is an infection that affects one or both lungs. The disease can range from mild to severe and can be fatal. It is typically

December 26, 2018
December 26, 2018

How you’ll be looking after your health next year

As looking after our wellbeing is becoming an increasingly holistic experience, including not only diet and fitness but also mental health, use of natural and eco-friendly products, and time for rest and relaxation, here we round up the variety of wellness trends that look set to be big in 2019.

December 23, 2018
December 23, 2018

Tips for a healthy diet this New Year

Whatever your New Year’s resolution, a healthy and balanced diet will provide many benefits into 2019 and beyond. What we eat and drink can affect our body’s ability to fight infections, as well as how likely we are to develop health problems later in life, including obesity, heart disease, diabetes and different types of cancer.

December 23, 2018
December 23, 2018

Medical Update: Diabetes guidelines updated

The American Diabetes Association has released its annual update to ”Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes.” The document, published in Diabetes Care, includes all of the group's current clinical practice recommendations related to diabetes treatment and care.

November 4, 2018
November 4, 2018

Breaking the silence: menstrual hygiene in Bangladesh

The taboo around menstrual health is still as prevalent in the society of Bangladesh as it was for many years — despite the issue concerning half of the population. These taboos emerge from an absence of proper awareness and management of menstrual hygiene, causing more complications to the already sensitive and painful occurrence.