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Fight Sugar Cravings

Last updated: 6th June 2015
People keep complaining they cannot resist to something sweet after lunch or dinner. For some, the addiction is so severe that they cannot sleep, or wake up in the middle of the night for that ‘Sondesh’ in the refrigerator. There are few who are blessed and do not like desserts but for others, it is a curse!

Hormones and Headaches

Last updated: 6th June 2015
Research has shown that at least 5 million women suffer from headache each month. The cause of this headache was found to be hormones. More than half of the women with migraines have found a link between the headaches and their periods. The changes in the hormone levels during the first three days of period, or tw


Last updated: 6th June 2015
Most headaches aren’t life threatening, and are usually relieved by medicines, relaxation techniques and lifestyle changes. Self care tips: Find out what triggers the headache and you’ll see


Last updated: 6th June 2015
Dermatitis, which includes conditions such as mild eczema, occurs when your body comes into contact with a substance that irritates your skin or causes an allergic reaction. Self care tips:

Diabetes Mellitus

Last updated: 6th June 2015
Diabetes, the word that everyone with a sweet-tooth dreads. Well it doesn’t have to be so scary and if you control your food intake and exercise regularly. After all how much sugar can a “roshogolla” possibly have? But those who were born with defects in insulin hormone, have to take injectable insu

9 medical reasons for putting on weight

Last updated: 9th June 2015
Now-a-days obesity is a very big problem in Bangladesh as well as in the whole world . People gain weight when they eat and drink more calories than they burn through everyday movement and body functions.but in some cases weight gain depends on some underlying health conditions. Even though a person who is not eating muc

Hair Problems this Monsoon

Last updated: 9th June 2015
Problems with hair during the monsoon, range from limpness, frizziness, dandruff to hair fall. The weather can turn curly hair to a frizzy mess, straight hair gets limp and dull. The humidity causes fungal infections which invariably lead to dandruff. And a combination of a

Beat the Heat!

Last updated: 9th June 2015
Burning Up! How awful is the heat wave?  As much as we wai

How to keep your baby safe in summer

Last updated: 9th June 2015
Keep your baby cool and protect them from the sun. Babies and young children can become ill during very hot weatherFor example, their health can be seriously affected by: dehydration

How to protect skin against sun

Last updated: 9th June 2015
It is vital to protect your skin from the sun's UV rays. This reduces the risk of skin cancer. Sun damage happens when the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays penetrate into the skin and damage cells. You can’t feel this happening, and it can occur even when the sun doe

Treating a High Temperature in Children

Last updated: 15th June 2015
A fever is a temperature of over 37.5°C. Fevers are quite common in young children and are usually mild. If your child’s face feels hot to the touch and they look red or flushed then they may have a fever. You can check their temperature with a thermometer. Measured under the arm,

Visiting Your Gynaecologist: Tips on What to Ask

Last updated: 15th June 2015
Women and young girls in Bangladesh have a tough time going to the gynaecologist and more so, openly explaining their problems to the doctor. Social stigmas, taboos and general sense of shame and s

Children and New Siblings

Last updated: 14th June 2015
Coping with two children is very different to coping with one. It can be difficult at first, especially if your first child is young. It's more than double the work, and dividing your time and attention can be a strain. But you have experience of looking after a baby, and probably more confidence, which will help.


Last updated: 13th June 2015
Dehydration is a common problem in summer. The heat is getting worse day by day and with the crazy traffic, Dhaka city has become unbearable. Unfortunately, offices and schools do not follow weather reports and you have to get out of your comfort zone, maintained at 18 degrees. The school-g

How to Help a Choking Child

Last updated: 13th June 2015
Children, particularly those between the ages of one and five, often put objects in their mouth. This is a normal part of how they explore the world. Some small objects, such as marbles and beads, are just the right size to get stuck in a child’s airway and cause choking. The best way

Safety for Toddlers and Older Children

Last updated: 13th June 2015
At this stage of their development, children can climb and do simple things like opening containers. They’ll also put things in their mouth to explore taste and texture. This is all perfectly normal, but it can lead to injuries if you don’t take care. Out and about

What to Do if Your Child has an Accident

Last updated: 13th June 2015
Most young children have some injuries and accidents. Most will be minor, but it’s sensible to know what to do if the accident or injury is more serious. Start by learning some basic first aid or revise what you already know. If an accident happens It can be difficult to know when to call an ambulance and when to take

Thinking About the Next Baby

Last updated: 25th July 2015
As you hold your new baby in your arms, it may be impossible to imagine that you will ever have the energy to go through it all again. But sooner or later, you may decide that you want another child. If you had a low birthweight baby or a baby with a disability or special needs, or a miscar

Diseases Spread by Mosquitoes- Something to Watch Out for During Monsoon

Last updated: 11th July 2015
In our country, especially around this time of the year, the rain and lack of water sanitation causes a multitude of diseases. However, some diseases which are not transmitted by water but shows a sharp increase during Monsoon are Malaria and Dengue.

Diet Rules for Migraine

Last updated: 7th July 2015
People with migraine sometimes feel like their heads are ticking bombs . A wrong move can lead to a debilitating headache which might make all activity next to impossible. Staying up late, stress,

Hair Loss

Last updated: 5th July 2015
IntroductionThe general medical term for hair loss is Alopecia Types of hair lossThere are many types of hair loss with different symptoms and causes. Some of the more common types of hair loss are described below.

Ramadan And Women

Last updated: 24th June 2015
Do pregnant women have to fast? You do not need to fast during pregnancy. It is not compulsory. Islamic law permits you to not fast during Ramadan if you fear that fasting may endanger your child’s health. The Prophet is quoted as

Quit Smoking During Ramadan

Last updated: 24th June 2015
The month of Ramadan is a great opportunity to start some healthy new habits, and get rid of some bad ones, such as smoking. Ahmed Rahman shares his experience. "Sometimes I managed to stop for a whol

Lose weight this Ramadan

Last updated: 23rd June 2015
The diet that we follow during Ramadan is very unhealthy. After a day of fasting, we end it with fried food, sugary drinks and desserts. Not to forget, the meal before dawn, Sehri, which is often a 4 to 5 course meal. The result of this diet is a rise in your blood lipid levels and your weight. Most people end up gaining weigh