Man gets 'third face' in French transplant

The first person in the world to receive two facial...

Shire sells cancer treatment business for $2.4b

Pharmaceutical giant Shire is raising $2.4 billion (£1.7 billion) by...

Doctors want urgent research into flesh-eating ulcer

Doctors in Australia have called for urgent research into why...

Free treatment for Pulmonary Hypertension patients at BSMMU

A team of specialists at Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University...

Kenyan researchers to end malaria menace

Kenyan researchers said on Saturday that they plan to use...

Mongolia sees rise in HIV case

The number of people testing HIV positive in Mongolia rose...

Brain pacemaker brings hope to Parkinson's patients

Nearly 10,000 Chinese patients have received deep brain stimulation surgery...

Exercise 'benefits next generation'

Physical and mental exercise has been found to be beneficial...

RHMC, RCHS mark Hahnemann’s 263rd birthday

Homeopathic physicians at a discussion in Rangpur have said Dr...

BSMMU gets Paediatric Neurodisorder and Autism Institute

The University Grant Commission (UGC) has approved the ‘Establishment of...

Number of diarrhoea patients at icddr,b hits new high

The number of diarrhoea patients, rushing everyday to International Centre...

HC issues rule over professional behaviour of intern physicians

The High Court has issued a rule over applying Bangladesh...

UK starts taxing soft drinks

The "ground-breaking" sugar tax on soft drinks has come into...

Call to bring all people under health coverage

Speakers at a post-rally discussion in Rajshahi on Saturday unequivocally...

Money ideal for health ministry goes elsewhere

The government has been allocating resources for health to 16...

World Health Day Saturday

The World Health Day will be observed in the country...

Scientists find how bacteria bind to its human host tightly

German scientists have identified the physical mechanism that enables a widespread bacterial pathogen to adhere tightly to the tissues of its human host, laying foundation for developing novel therapies for its infections. The study, published in the latest released journal Science, has shown that bacterial pathogens have evolved highly effective...