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Filteration With Paper From Local Algae Could Save Lives In Bangladesh

Filteration With Paper From Local Algae Could Save Lives In Bangladesh

Innovative study explaining that paper filter from local algae could save lives in Bangladesh; as the problem of access to safe drinking water in most parts of Bangladesh is a persistent challenge. As Bangladesh, shows that a locally growing and previously unexploiting green macroalgae species could be used to extract cellulose nanofibers; which can then…

Factors Restricting Among The Children In Nepal

Factors Restricting Among The Children In Nepal

The study showing the factors restricting among the children in Nepal; But according to the Nepal demographic and health Survey it is showing that nearly 50% in 2006 to about 36% in 2016. The prevalence of stunting was higher among children from larger families; poor wealth quintile households; and severely food insecure households. But the…

Tuberculosis Remains A Major Public Health Problem In Nepal

Tuberculosis Remains A Major Public Health Problem In Nepal

The study showing that Maximum case reportings on tuberculosis; which is grossly underestimating. But according to the world health organization; the country is needing to get its act together to meet the WHO goal of eliminating tuberculosis by 2035. As tuberculosis remains a major public health problem in Nepal; with over 32,000 notifying cases and an…

Major Reporting On Diabetic Retinopathy Seen In Sri Lanka

Major Reporting On Diabetic Retinopathy Seen In Sri Lanka

The study stating major reporting on the diabetic retinopathy; irreversible and leading to the vision impairment. According to the Health Ministry it is showing that Sri Lanka; like most countries in the West and Asia is now experiencing a diabetes explosion. The International Diabetic Federation of South East Asia of which Sri Lanka is one…

Dengue Outbreak In Bangladesh Showing 40 Deaths

Stomach Cancers Constitute Majority Of Cancer Burden In Bhutan

The study showing that the stomach and cervical cancers constitute the majority of the cancer burden in Bhutan. The average annual incidence of stomach cancer is 24 per 100,000 people, and cervical cancer 25 per 100,000 people. But about 2,648 cancer cases were recorded with the cancer registry at JDWNRH from 2014 to 17. But…

More Cases Of Cervical Cancer Are Diagnosing Annually In Sri Lanka

More Cases Of Cervical Cancer Are Diagnosing Annually In Sri Lanka

Over 1000 new cases of cervical cancer are diagnosing annually in Sri Lanka; Cervical cancer is the third most common type of cancer among women in Sri Lanka. It is a significant reproductive health problem; and estimating that for 2018 alone showing; that around 1,136 new cases of cervical cancer are diagnosing annually in Sri…

Country's Worst Ever Dengue Fever Outbreak In Bangladesh

Country’s Worst Ever Dengue Fever Outbreak In Bangladesh

The present study reporting that 40 dead cases seeing in Bangladesh; which is an worst ever dengue outbreak; Bangladesh is in the grip of the country’s worst ever dengue fever outbreak; with hospitals overflowing and social media flooded with pleas for blood donors. But cases of the disease so far this year, with nearly 1,100…

Rising Cases Of Various Blood Disorders Like Leukaemia In Sri Lanka

Rising Cases Of Various Blood Disorders Like Leukaemia In Sri Lanka

According to the recent study, it is stating that the pivotal role of haematology leukaemia ; and blood and marrow transplantation in modern adult and paediatric medicine. This study is also highlighting on the various conditioning regimens using for stem cell transplantation; including types of stem cell transplantation, its harvesting process and various steps involving…

Lung Diseases Are The Second Highest Cause Of Death In Nepal

Lung Diseases Are The Second Highest Cause Of Death In Nepal

According to the study Nepal ranking in the second place in lung ailment deaths; But on an average, out of every 100,000 Nepalis, almost 101 die of lung diseases, making Nepal second only to Kazakhstan when it comes to deaths due to lung ailments. Lung diseases are the second highest cause of death in Nepal…

Reporting Of Dementia Cases On The Rise In Bhutan

Reporting Of Dementia Cases On The Rise In Bhutan

As the reporting of dementia cases on the rise in Bhutan. But according World Health Organisation; Dementia is defining as an syndrome, usually of a chronic or progressive nature; causing by a variety of brain illnesses that affect memory; thinking, behaviour and ability to perform everyday activities. But according to the study age is the…

Bangladesh Developing Valorem Excise Tax For Tobacco Products

Bangladesh Developing Valorem Excise Tax For Tobacco Products

The study resulting that Bangladesh has developing a complex multi-tier ad valorem excise tax for the tobacco products. Bangladesh aspires to become a tobacco-free country by 2040. In order to achieve this goal, it is important to explore the tobacco economy of Bangladesh, which comprises both demand for and supply of tobacco products, tobacco taxation…

Nepal Showing Neonates Higher Risk Of Death And Disease

Nepal Showing Neonates Higher Risk Of Death And Disease

An health survey in Nepal; estimating that 55 neonates in 100 are breastfeeding within the first hour of their life on earth in Nepal. But the rest of 45 neonates in 100 somehow do not access breastfeeding from their mothers; within the first hour of birth remain at higher risk of death and disease was…