Seeing blood when you pee can be alarming. Most of the time, the issue is not serious. In some cases, though, it points to a bigger health problem. Here is what you should know.
Oiling hair is a common cultural practice in Bangladesh. We have seen our parents do it, we have seen our siblings do it, and now that we are of age, we do it too because it is essential to keep our hair healthy. Oiling is great for scalp and overall hair nourishment.
Alopecia or baldness is considered to be an incurable disease. However, researchers from Concert Pharmaceuticals, a U.S. based pharmaceutical company announced the discovery of an elixir to make the impossible happen.
About 11,956 women are diagnosed with cervical cancer in Bangladesh every year and over 6,582 die of the disease, experts say, adding that no woman should die of cervical cancer as it can be treated and cured if it is diagnosed early.
BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir has been flown to Bangkok for treatment.
Eminent litterateur Syed Shamsul Haq is flown to UK for treatment as he has been suffering from critical lungs disease.
The tea seller of Dhaka’s Mirpur area who suffered burns after being pushed by a police source died while undergoing treatments this afternoon.
BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia leaves for London for celebrating Eid-ul-Azha with her family members.
Bangladeshi patients travel now more than ever before. And this is not a trend only among the affluent section, but also across middle and even lower middle class patients.
The goal to get HIV treatment to 15 million people by the end of 2015 has already been met, says the United Nations Aids agency.
Border Guard Bangladesh Nayek Abdur Razzak who was brought back Thursday from Myanmar’s captivity is being taken to Dhaka.
BNP leader Salahuddin Ahmed is physically ill, what is keeping Meghalaya police from producing him at court for breaching foreigners’ act.
BNP expresses deep concern that several jailed BNP leaders are becoming critically sick due to repeated remands and lack of proper treatment.
Wife of detained Nagorik Oikya convener Mahmudur Rahman Manna alleges that the jail authorities had not allowed proper treatment for her husband
President Abdul Hamid left here for London this morning for eye treatment and health checkup.