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Cash incentives help smokers quit: Study

Cash incentives help smokers quit: Study

AFP Smokers who are offered cash incentives are far more likely to give up cigarettes than those who are simply offered tips on how to quit, said a US study Monday. The approach could offer ways to cut the number of smokers, which has remained steady at about one-fifth of the US population in recent


7 Ways to Naturally Boost Your Metabolism

Tribunal Desk Metabolism: We’ve all got one, but some people’s are “faster” or “slower” than others’. And that matters, because the rate at which your body burns calories and converts fuel to energy can also affect how easily you gain or lose weight. It also says a lot about how at-risk you are for diabetes,

A dietary guide for cancer patients

It is a well researched fact that an unhealthy diet may contribute to developing cancer in the body. High fat diets have been associated with cancer of the uterus, the breasts, the prostate gland, and the colon. Regular intake of excessive calories is also associated with cancer of the gallbladder and the endometrium. One of

Meritorious student Arif wants to survive!

Imam Uddin Sumon, Suborno char (Noakhali) Meritorious student Arif Hossain Arif ,13 has been suffering a brain stroke complicacies for three years together that poised his life to ruin. Father Harun ar Rashid a day laborer inhabitant of Pachchim Char Jubilee village under Subarnachar upazila of Noakhali district has done his best. For bearing expenses

Ruhia Health Complex running Without doctor!

Thakurgaon Correspondent Ruhia Health Complex under Thakurgaon Sadar is running its activities without doctors that turns into a nominal hospital. Every day, patients come and go home having no medicine no treatment. In winter season chill wind and cold wave make people more miserable and doctors are not ready to join there from anywhere as

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Diarrheal diseases are spreading in Meherpur

Majedul Hoque Manik, Meherpur Diarrheal diseases are spreading across the Meherpur district for chill wind and cold wave. The worst sufferers are the children and old-aged people who have very less capacity to move and ability to fight against the menace. Sufferers said there are only 20 beds for cold-affected boys and girls and old

Save an ailing tender-aged girl!

Alok Kumar Acharya, Bera(Pabna) A large shaped tumor at the lower portion of back-bone makes life of a student of class two Nur Nahar a difficult. She never ever gets any relief from this stigma and never enjoys the normal and healthy life in span of 9 years of her age. Her father is the