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Miscarry

Miscarry On The Rise In Coastal Bangladesh

For the last thirty years, ICDDR,B has been running a health and demographic surveillance site in and around the coastal areas. Their study related to pregnant women revealed surprising information; women inland are less likely to miscarry than those in coastal regions. Between 2012 and 2017, ICDDR,B scientists registered 12,867 pregnancies in the region they…

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Nepal is Acclaimed for its Directly Observed Treatment

The researches find that the Nepal has been acclaimed for its directly observed treatment short course (DOTS) for treating tuberculosis; which demands a combination of antibiotics that are administer under supervision. However, TB is difficult to diagnose and treat in remote parts of this country. The Nepal acclaimed The Trust has cleverly recycled the DOTS…

Maternal Health Behaviour Of Married Adolescent Girls

Maternal Health Behaviour Of Married Adolescent Girls

Childbirth during adolescents under (aged 10–19 years) is associating with severe health; and social consequences. However, every year about 16 million adolescent girls between the ages of 15–19 give birth; of which about 95% occur in low income countries (LICs); In many LICs, complications during pregnancy; and childbirth are the leading causing of deaths among…

Action On Inclusive Water Governance Between India

Action On Inclusive Water Governance Between India

The climate change inducing disasters have wider impacts on sharing water resources; and are affecting multiple countries at a time. The ever increasing frequency; and intensity of disasters have already overwhelming capacities of countries to respond. But the regional fragilities have increased manifolds and water stress and its impact on riparian livelihoods is also an…

Dengue Fever Alert Studies In Nepal

Dengue Fever Alert Studies In Nepal

As Dengue fever is a mosquito borne tropical disease causing by the dengue virus. Symptoms typically begin 3 to 14 days after infection. This disease including a high fever, headache, vomiting, muscle and joint pains; and a characteristic skin rash. Nepal on Sunday directing the authorities to be preparing for a possible outbreak of dengue after studies finding the presence of…

Unnecessary C-Sections Increase In Bangladesh

Unnecessary C-Sections Increase In Bangladesh

Bangladesh is facing a massive boom in the number of medically unnecessary Caesarean section; commonly knowing as C-sections between 2016 and 2018 the number of operations increased by 51%; new figures releasing by Save the Children reveal.One of the biggest challenges is addressing a major shortage of accredited midwives in Bangladesh, who not only support…

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Case On Tree Man Syndrome Seen In Bangladesh

A Bangladeshi known as the “Tree Man” because of bark like growths on his body; saying Monday patient wanted his hands amputation to relieve him of unbearable pain; a 28 years old father of one was readmitting to hospital in January because the condition worsening; with some growths several inches long. Abul Bajandar has had…

Mosquito Control Programmes In Sri Lanka

Mosquito Control Programmes In Sri Lanka

A public health, police, and military partnership to reduce the mosquito population in Sri Lanka resulting in a more than 50% reduction in dengue; as well as cost savings; as dengue is a viral illness transmitting by mosquitoes and can cause fever, pain, rash, and other flu-like symptoms. While a new dengue vaccine raised hope…

Canadian Convicted Of Pedophilia In Nepal

Canadian Convicted Of Pedophilia In Nepal

A prominent Canadian figure once naming to the prestigious order of Canada; but Peter Dalglish, has been finding guilty of raping two young boys in Nepal; where Nepal has seen a surge in pedophilia relating cases by abusers pretending to be tourists or philanthropists. But dalglish’s case, heard in a court in the Kavrepalanchok district,…

Malnutrition in Bangladesh

Reducing Childhood Malnutrition In Bangladesh

Bangladesh; To obtain projections of the prevalence of childhood malnutrition; indicators up to 2030 and to analyse the changes of wealth-based inequality; but in malnutrition indicators and the degree of contribution of socio-economic determinants; but to the inequities in malnutrition indicators in Bangladesh. Additionally, to identify the risk factors of childhood malnutrition. Cross-sectional study. A…

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Nepal as Help Rebuild Classrooms Damaged in Earthquake

The study find that the Nepalese standards. So when 17 Australian school children and teachers arrived by 4WD to undertake a massive working-bee; they were welcomed like local heroes. The high school students from Canberra Grammar School gave up their holidays to fly 10,000 kilometres to embark on a ‘humanitourism’ project; under the auspices of Australian…

Control Of Helminthiasis And Social Media In Bhutan

Control Of Helminthiasis And Social Media In Bhutan

Social media are interactive computer mediating technologies; that facilitate the creation and sharing of information; ideas, interests, and other forms of expression via virtual communities and networks; They are also an importanting platform from which to promote health issues; for example, to facilitate the exchange of information and experiences among medical personnel and patients or…