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27 Health and Nutrition Tips That Are Actually Evidence Based

There is a lot of confusion when it comes to health and nutrition. People, even qualified experts, often seem to have the exact opposite opinions. However, despite all the disagreements, there are a few things that are well supported by research.

Here are 27 health and nutrition tips that are actually based on good science.

  1. Don’t Drink Sugar Calories

Sugary drinks are the most fattening things you can put into your body. This is because liquid sugar calories don’t get registered by the brain in the same way as calories from solid foods.

For this reason, when you drink soda, you end up eating more total calories.Sugary drinks are strongly associated with obesity, type 2 diabetes, heart disease and all sorts of health problems.

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Diabetes, types and treatment

Multi-Ethnic Group Of Diverse People Holding Letters That Form Diabetes

Diabetes is a lifelong condition that causes a person’s blood sugar level to become too high.

There are two main types of diabetes:

Type 1 diabetes – where the body’s immune system attacks and destroys the cells that produce insulin

Type 2 diabetes – where the body doesn’t produce enough insulin, or the body’s cells don’t react to insulin

During pregnancy, some women have such high levels of blood glucose that their body is unable to produce enough insulin to absorb it all. This is known as gestational diabetes.

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Dengue signs & symptoms, treatment, prevention

Aedes Mosquito

Dengue is a viral infection spread by mosquitoes. It’s widespread in many parts of the world. In most people the infection is mild and passes in about a week without causing any lasting problems. But in rare cases it can be very serious and potentially life threatening.

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Idiopathic hypersomnia (unexplained daytime sleepiness)

Idiopathic hypersomnia

Idiopathic Hypersomnia

‘Hypersomnia’ means excessive sleep or sleepiness that interferes with everyday life. It can have many possible causes, including conditions such as narcolepsy, sleep apnoea or restless legs syndrome, severe sleep deprivation, depression, certain medications (such as tranquillisers) or drug and alcohol misuse.

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5 Natural Alternatives That Work Better Than Vitamin Supplements

For a healthy body, you’ve got to get your vitamins. Vitamins help your body produce DNA and red blood cells, supports your immune system and encourages healthy nerve function. Vitamins that our body needs the most, especially Vitamin B12 is mostly found in animal sources only.

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5 Daily habits that are making you fat

Inactivity and poor food choices aren’t the only things that can cause your weight to creep up. Our team has collected 5-morning habits that you should give up right now. Below are some bad habits to look out for and details on how they can cause weight gain and make it more difficult for you to achieve your dieting and exercise goals.

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Thyroiditis & several different types

Normal Thyroid Gland(AP vew)

Normal Thyroid Gland(AP vew)

Thyroiditis is swelling (inflammation) of the thyroid gland. It causes either unusually high or low levels of thyroid hormones in the blood. The thyroid is a butterfly-shaped gland in the neck. It produces hormones that control the body’s growth and metabolism. These hormones affect processes such as heart rate and body temperature, and convert food into energy to keep the body going.

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আজ ১২ই অক্টোবর বিশ্ব আথ্রাইটিস দিবস উপলক্ষে গবেষণামূলক প্রবন্ধ লিখেছেন ড. মোঃ সফিউল্যাহ্ প্রধান

World Arthritis Day

World Arthritis Day

বাত (Arthritis) (গ্রীক arthro – ,সন্ধি + –itis, প্রদাহ) হল মূলত অস্থিসন্ধির প্রদাহ যা এক বা একাধিক অস্থি সন্ধিকে আক্রান্ত করে। এটা শিল্পোন্নত দেশে ৫০-৫৫ বছর বা তদূর্ধ্ব বয়সের মানুষের অক্ষমতা মূল কারণ। বাত ব্যথা জনিত অন্যান্য রোগের মধ্যে আথ্রাইটিস উল্লেখ যোগ্য। মানুষের শরীরের জোড়ার অনেকগুলো  রোগ বা সমস্যাকে একসাথে আথ্রাইটিস বলা হয়। আর আথ্রাইটিস সম্পর্কে জানার আগে আমাদের মানুষের জয়েন্ট বা অস্থি সন্ধি সম্পর্কে ধারণা থাকতে হবে।

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Bowel cancer Symptomes, causes, treatment

Bowel cancer

Bowel cancer

Bowel cancer is a general term for cancer that begins in the large bowel. Depending on where the cancer starts, bowel cancer is sometimes called colon or rectal cancer.

Symptoms of bowel cancer:-

The three main symptoms of bowel cancer are:

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Cervical cancer cause, treatment, complication

Cervical Cancer

Cervical Cancer

Cervical cancer is a type of cancer that develops in a woman’s cervix (the entrance to the womb from the vagina). Cancer of the cervix often has no symptoms in its early stages. If you do have symptoms, the most common is unusual vaginal bleeding, which can occur after sex, in between periods or after the menopause.

Abnormal bleeding doesn’t mean that you definitely have cervical cancer, but it should be investigated by your GP as soon as possible. If your GP thinks you might have cervical cancer, you should be referred to see a specialist within two weeks.

What causes cervical cancer?

Almost all cases of cervical cancer are caused by the human papilloma virus (HPV). HPV is a very common virus that can be passed on through any type of sexual contact with a man or a woman. There are more than 100 different types of HPV, many of which are harmless.

However, some types of HPV can cause abnormal changes to the cells of the cervix, which can eventually lead to cervical cancer. Two strains of the HPV virus (HPV 16 and HPV 18) are known to be responsible for 70% of all cases of cervical cancer. These types of HPV infection don’t have any symptoms, so many women won’t realise they have the infection.

However, it’s important to be aware that these infections are relatively common and most women who have them don’t develop cervical cancer. Using condoms during sex offers some protection against HPV, but it can’t always prevent infection, because the virus is also spread through skin-to-skin contact of the wider genital area.

Since 2008, a HPV vaccine has been routinely offered to girls aged 12 and 13.


The stage at which cervical cancer is diagnosed is an important factor in determining a woman’s outlook. The staging, given as a number from one to four, indicates how far the cancer has spread.

The chances of living for at least five years after being diagnosed with cervical cancer are:

  • Stage 1 – 80-99%
  • Stage 2 – 60-90%
  • Stage 3 – 30-50%
  • Stage 4 – 20%

Treating cervical cancer:-

If cervical cancer is diagnosed at an early stage, it’s usually possible to treat it using surgery. In some cases, it’s possible to leave the womb in place, but it may need to be removed. The surgical procedure used to remove the womb is called a hysterectomy.

Radiotherapy is an alternative to surgery for some women with early stage cervical cancer. In some cases, it’s used alongside surgery.

More advanced cases of cervical cancer are usually treated using a combination of chemotherapy and radiotherapy.

Some of the treatments used can have significant and long-lasting side effects, including early menopause and infertility.


Many women with cervical cancer will have complications. These can arise as a direct result of the cancer or as a side effect of treatments such as radiotherapy, chemotherapy and surgery.

Complications associated with cervical cancer can range from the relatively minor, such as minor bleeding from the vagina or having to urinate frequently, to life-threatening, such as severe bleeding or kidney failure.

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