Thursday, 17 Aug 2017

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Spotting those at high Alzheimer’s risk

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Health Desk—August 13, 2017: “Everyone thinks Alzheimer’s is one disease, but it’s not,” said P. Murali Doraiswamy, M.D., professor of

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Breastfeed baby to regain fitness

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Health Desk—August 9, 2017: Model-actress Lisa Haydon on Monday posted a breastfeeding image with her three-month-old son on social media,

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Age gap affects marriage satisfaction: Study

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Health Desk--August 5, 2017: While men and women both tend to experience marital satisfaction with younger spouses, the satisfaction is

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Sugar is bad for mental health: Study

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Health Desk-- July 29, 2017: A new study on Thursday claimed sugar may be bad not only for your teeth

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Nutritious foods work as medicine: Experts

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Health Desk--- 22 July, 2017: Having non-nutritious food is responsible for different diseases in human being, said, Dr Biswaroop Roy

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Nine lifestyle changes can reduce dementia risk: Study

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Health Desk--- 20 July, 2017: A new international study published in the Lancet said one in three cases of dementia

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Generosity, the brain and happiness

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Health Desk--- 16 July, 2017: The feel-good effects of giving begin in the brain. It’s called “giver’s glow,” says Stephen

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Awareness seminar on Chikungunya held in Dhaka

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Health Desk—July 12, 2017: With an aim to promote awareness among the people, a seminar on Chikungunya was held at the

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