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AstraZeneca drug cocktail succeeds in late-stage study to treat COVID-19

AstraZeneca's experimental COVID-19 antibody-drug cocktail succeeded in reducing severe disease...

Stay prepared for next pandemic: Firdausi Qadri

A new disease may reach pandemic status at any time...

84.6pc students suffer from mental disorders during pandemic: Survey

The mental health status of the students especially at the...

Study reveals 84pc students faced depression during pandemic      

The mental health situation of the country’s university students has...

Covid-19: Experts say Bangladesh close to reaching herd immunity threshold

Even though Bangladesh logged 15,61,463 Covid-19 cases as of Friday,...

Delta does not appear to make children sicker

The following is a summary of some recent studies on...

No more excessive vitamin C

During the Covid-19 pandemic, the advice that everyone heard the...

First-ever malaria vaccine endorsed

The World Health Organization (WHO) on Wednesday endorsed the world’s...

Data initiatives stressed at UNWDF-2021 to strengthen public health system

Vaccine development in the shortest possible time has been the...

Pfizer vaccine effectiveness drops after six months: Study

The effectiveness of the Pfizer Inc /BioNTech SE vaccine in...

Death tolls may rise for not following safety measures  

Bangladesh has been in and out of lockdowns for varying...

Medi Express delivering medicine to city dwellers' doorsteps in 90 minutes

Digital Hospital,provider of over 1.3 million digital doctor consultations, has...

Take care of your heart

In recent times, there has been too much hue and...

Merck pill breakthrough boost hopes of preventing Covid deaths

A pill developed by US drugmaker Merck could halve the...

Four out of five older people suffer from chronic diseases in Bangladesh

About four out of five older people (60 years and...

Experimental Covid pill halves hospitalisations and deaths, says drugmaker Merk

Drugmaker Merck said Friday that its experimental COVID-19 pill reduced...

Age doesn’t slow metabolism, but lifestyle does: Study

A new paper has shown the capacity of the human body to burn calories, or our metabolism, does not generally decrease as we grow old, overturning previous assumptions. Rather, it suggests, our metabolic rate depends on our lifestyle, reports bdnews24.com citing CNN. The paper, published in peer-reviewed journal Science, analysed...