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  • Urban Health Department must be strengthened

    Very recently city dwellers of Dhaka were in great crisis and had to pay enough money out of their own pocket to get recovery from a

  • How to avoid yellow fever

    Yellow fever is a viral disease of typically short duration. The disease is caused by the yellow fever virus and is spread by the bite of an

  • Shouting: Your way to awful life

    If you are short tempered or impatient all the time, you just might find yourself feeling sick more often. In fact, shouting and screaming

  • Expert tips on how women can boost wellness

    May is Women's Health Month, making it a great time to take stock of your wellbeing. Experts from the UConn Health Women's Center, USA, give their tips on how to boost and maintain health every day now and in the future.

  • Why eat beets?

    Although beets have the highest sugar content of all vegetables, most people can safely eat beet roots a few times a week enjoying not

  • Health benefits of sweet potatoes

    Not only are sweet potatoes readily available, inexpensive and delicious, they have many other benefits for your health. Find some of them below.

  • Stay healthy this winter

    Dr Mujahidul Islam Nipun, senior medical officer at Care Specialised Hospital in Dhaka, spoke to The Daily Star about winter health and skin complications and gives tips to stay fit.

  • Ways to help your body detox

    What do the healthiest people have in common? For starters, they limit the junk that enters their body. But even if you don’t eat perfectly 24/7, you can do simple things to help the liver — your body’s natural filter — do its job. Forget "cleansing." Instead use these simple tricks to boost your natural filtration system.

  • Take care of your knees

    Knees are important joints of our body because they bear whole body weight during standing, walking and running.

  • The changing treatment of congestive heart failure

    A malfunctioning mitral heart valve (a valve that lets blood flow from one chamber of the heart, the left atrium, to another