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Prevalence Of The Selecting Chronic Diseases In Nepal

Prevalence Of The Selecting Chronic Diseases In Nepal

The study on prevalence of the selecting chronic diseases in Nepal has revealing that there is a high prevalence of non-communicable diseases across the country. The study conducting by Nepal Health Research Council; with support from the Ministry of Health and Population, has revealing that chronic obstructive pulmonary disease is the most prevalent; following by…

Separation Of Twins Joined At The Head In Bangladesh

Separation Of Twins Joined At The Head In Bangladesh

An conjoined twin boys who were attached at the skull in bangladesh were they have undergoing the  marathon surgical procedure; that lasting more than 36 hours and involving 40 doctors. But Bangladeshi twins who were joined at the head were recovering Friday after Hungarian surgeons performing a marathon 30-hour operation; to separate their skulls and…

Immunisation Required For Protection Against Hepatitis

Immunisation Required For Protection Against Hepatitis

In Nepal, immunisation necessary for protection vaccine against hepatitis; Hepatitis can commonly be causing by the ingestion of contaminating water or food; unsafe sex and transmission from mother to child. Hepatitis is an inflammatory condition of the liver. The condition can be self-limiting or can progress to fibrosis, cirrhosis or liver cancer. There are five…

Nepal Showing High Vaccination Rate Of Rabies

Nepal Showing High Vaccination Rate Of Rabies

According to the data collection in Nepal, more than 19 cases of rabies were diagnosed in the hospital in the fiscal 2018-19. The number of patients taking rabies vaccination has also been rising in the hospital for the last few years.  Patients visit the hospital to take rabies vaccination after being bitten by dog, monkey,…

Dengue Fever Cases Raising In Bangladesh

Dengue Fever Cases Raising In Bangladesh

As Dengue fever cases raising in Bangladesh; finding nearly more than 13,637 cases of the disease so far this year, with nearly 1,100 people most of them children diagnosed in the last 24 hours; according to official figures. Bangladesh is in the grip of the country’s worst-ever dengue fever outbreak. Eight people have died and…

Estimating The Unplanned Pregnancies In Sri Lanka

Estimating The Unplanned Pregnancies In Sri Lanka

In Sri Lanka, there are about 360,000 women becoming pregnant every year. But in this one out of three of these pregnancies are estimating to be unplanning pregnancies. As the United Nations Population Fund that when a pregnancy is unplanning or unintending, it can be detrimental to the woman and her family, including the expected…

Bangladesh Promise To Fight Hidden Hunger

Bangladesh Promise To Fight Hidden Hunger

The study reporting that major malnutrition cases from Bangladesh; where the re-inventing fisheries solutions are emerging in Bangladesh that promise to fight hidden hunger; while conserving aquatic ecosystems. As the State of Food Security and Nutrition brings attention, once again, to undernourish-ment and malnutrition in Bangladesh. But the extent and severity of undernourishment should be…

Implimentation Of Using Contraceptives In Nepal

Implimentation Of Using Contraceptives In Nepal

The implimentation of using contraceptives in Nepal; As only 43% of all married women of reproductive age in Nepal have access to modern contraceptives, according to the Demographic Health Survey (DHS) 2016 report. Although it was only 26% in 1996, there is still a huge unmet need for family planning. But the Nepal’s population clock…

Mass Deworming Programmes In Srilanka

Mass Deworming Programmes In Srilanka

The study in the Sri Lanka, were the mass deworming programmes directing against the soil transmitting helminths are among the largest public health programmes; but in low-income and the  lower middle income countries; as measuring by the coverage. But in the deworming efforts in Sri Lanka could be targeting to selecting regions that remain at…

Bio-control Strategies To Fight Off Dengue In Bangladesh

Bio-control Strategies To Fight Off Dengue In Bangladesh

Dengue fever is a mosquito-borne tropical disease caused by the dengue virus. Symptoms typically begin three to fourteen days after infection. The World Health Organisation (WHO) to send information related to “Oxitec friendly mosquito” method and “Wolbachia”. Global experience shows it’s difficult to control Aedes mosquitos with the conventional methods since it mostly breeds inside homes. the WHO to advise…

Dengue Awareness In Local Areas Of Bangladesh

Dengue Awareness In Local Areas Of Bangladesh

Dengue fever is a mosquito-borne tropical disease causing by the dengue virus; study on the dengue taking an alarming turn in Dhaka; Hundreds of children are among 5,500 reporting cases so far this year in Bangladesh. By using mosquito nets even during daytime; kept all her rooms clean and destroyed all the potential breeding sources at her home.…

Children In Srilanka Often Starving Even When Fed Enough

Children In Srilanka Often Starving Even When Fed Enough

The study explaining that many of the children in srilanka often starving; but even when fed enough. Restoring their gut bacteria could helping them. Even after starving children get enough to eat again, they often fail to grow. Their brains don’t develop properly, and they remain susceptible to diseases, even many years later. Two studies in Science this week now suggest…