At least 13 more people died from dengue in 24 hours preceding 8:00am today as the country grapples with a record outbreak of the mosquito-borne disease
To prevent home births and ensure childbirths in hospitals
The coronavirus pandemic brought global renown to the mRNA technology that underpins vaccines from Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna, and on Monday earned a Nobel Prize for two scientists who have been key to its development
Katalin Kariko of Hungary and Drew Weissman of the United States won the Nobel Medicine Prize on Monday for work on messenger RNA (mRNA) technology that paved the way for Covid-19 vaccines
Deaths confirmed to have been caused by dengue this year have crossed the 1,000 mark as the health directorate yesterday reported 17 fatalities.
Scientists hope a new type of vaccine could help treat autoimmune diseases, such as multiple sclerosis (MS), Type 1 diabetes, allergic asthma, or Crohn's disease
The 50-bed Tarakanda Upazila Health Complex, which started its journey nearly two years ago, is yet to start providing inpatient service, causing immense sufferings to treatment seekers.
Tooth loss due to ageing, accidents, or decay can be a concern, but Osstem Implant, a renowned implant business in Korea offers a lasting solution, says a press release. They provide dental implants, a successful and popular method worldwide that replaces missing teeth with artificial ones without harming adjacent teeth. Osstem Implant, a global leader, offers dental equipment, IT services, education, and more, serving 90 countries.
Health Minister Zahid Maleque yesterday said the recently developed dengue vaccine is still on trial and it will be used after approval from the World Health Organisation.