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The impact of naturopathy on mental health

Imagine receiving a diagnosis of a mental or emotional health condition, only to find yourself prescribed medication for an indefinite period. These medications might bring uncertain hopes and only provide partial relief from your symptoms. Regrettably, this scenario is all too common within the realm of mental health. Fortunately, there is an alternative that holds true promise – naturopathy. Naturopathy, ...

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Brain fog after Covid linked to blood clots – study

Blood clots in the brain or the lungs might explain some common symptoms of “long Covid”, including brain fog and fatigue, a UK study suggests. In the study, of 1,837 people admitted to hospital because of Covid, researchers say two blood proteins point to clots being one cause. It is thought 16% of such patients have trouble thinking, concentrating or ...

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Patients in England will be first to access seven-minute cancer treatment jab

Patients in England will become the first in the world to benefit from a jab that treats cancer in seven minutes. After getting approval from the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA), the NHS will be the first health system to roll out the injection to hundreds of patients each year. Drug treatment times for some NHS cancer patients ...

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Live worm found in Australian woman’s brain in world first

In a world first, scientists say that an 8cm worm has been found alive in the brain of an Australian woman. The “string-like structure” was pulled from the England-born patient’s damaged frontal lobe tissue during surgery in Canberra last year. The red parasite could have been there for up to two months, reports BBC. Researchers are warning that the case ...

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BSMMU opens 2-bed ICU unit for Department of Pediatric Nephrology

Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University opened a two-bed intensive care unit (ICU) on the 3rd floor of its D Block on Tuesday. BSMMU vice-chancellor Professor Dr. Md. Sharfuddin Ahmed inaugurated the newl unit around 8:30 am in the Department of Pediatric Nephrology. The VC said the current administration of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University is working to bring innovation in ...

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UNICEF delivers medical supplies, support among children in Bangladesh

With more than 21,000 cases of dengue reported among children under the age of 15, UNICEF is intensifying its support to the efforts of the Government of Bangladesh to contain the dengue outbreak in the country. To protect children and to respond to the public health emergency, UNICEF is delivering USD2.25 million worth of urgently needed testing kits, training of ...

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This happens to your body when you eat ginger every day for a month

We didn’t know ginger is so healthy We all know that fruit and vegetables are really good for us. It is known that we should eat colored food several times a day, but did you know that certain spices also have many health benefits? Take ginger, for example. When you eat ginger every day, a lot of good things happen ...

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More that 50% individuals suffer from Hepatitis

Hepatitis is a term used to describe liver inflammation. It can be caused by a variety of reasons such as viral infections, alcoholism, certain drugs, autoimmune problems, toxins, and metabolic disorders. According to the National Centre for Biotechnology Information, the prevalence of Hepatitis A ranged from 2.1 percent to 52.5 percent. Hepatitis B was discovered in a wide range of ...

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Global COVID-19 incidence up by over 60pc in 28 days: WHO

More than 1.47 million people worldwide were infected with COVID-19 between July 24 and August 20, a 63 per cent increase over the previous 28 days, and over 2,000 people died, a 48% decrease over the same period, the World Health Organisation (WHO) reported. According to the WHO report, 1,470,201 COVID-19 cases and 2,059 deaths were reported worldwide during the ...

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Over 50pc dengue patients died within 24hrs of hospitalisation: WHO

Over half of the dengue patients died this year within 24 hours of hospitalizations, according to the observation of World Health Organisation (WHO). It said a total of 444 dengue patients died from January to till August 17. Among those, 247 patients or 56 per cent died within one day or 24 hours of their hospitalisations. About 81 per cent ...

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