Development in the syllabus of Pharmaceutical Marketing & Management that is studied in the Bachelor of Pharmacy course of Bangladeshi Universities.        LOSECTIL stands beside acid survivors        Vitamin D Levels Linked to Parkinson's Symptoms        Keeping the newborn warm at home at winter        Itís time to prevent cervical cancer        Huge Rise in CT, MRI, Ultrasound Scan Use: Study        Exercise May Delay Early Aging of People With Diabetes        Alzheimer's Drug Shows Some Promise in Trials        Obesity, Depression Blamed for Daytime Sleepiness Epidemic        Fruits, Veggies May Help Smokers Quit     

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  • Development in the syllabus of Pharmaceutical Marketing & Management that is studied in the Bachelor of Pharmacy course of Bangladeshi Universities.
    The syllabus of Pharmaceutical Marketing and Management that is studied in the bachelor of pharmacy course of Bangladeshi Universities is not worthy enough for the students to learn real knowledge about Pharmaceutical Marketing and Management, as this syllabus was prepared many days ago when Pharmacists were not working in Marketing and our p...... Read More..

  • LOSECTIL stands beside acid survivors
    Eskayef Bangladesh Limited now stands beside the Acid Survivors Foundation through íLosectilí, the leading antiulcerant brand of Bangladesh. Used by millions nationally and internationally, Losectil is no longer confined in treating just acid related disorders of human body but has extended its reach to control unwanted acid attacks in the so...... Read More..

  • Vitamin D Levels Linked to Parkinson's Symptoms
    Higher vitamin D levels are associated with better thinking and mood in people with Parkinson's disease, a new study suggests. The finding may lead to new ways to delay or prevent the onset of thinking problems and depression in people with the progressive neurodegenerative disease, the researchers said. Their analysis of nearly 300 Par...... Read More..

  • Keeping the newborn warm at home at winter
    Very often the new parents ask doctors that how can they keep the baby warm in winter at home. Experienced patents do ask such question less. Suddenly weather has become really cool, so we need to keep the baby and its surrounding environment warm, which is comfortable for the baby. In our country our houses does not contain heating system, ...... Read More..

  • Itís time to prevent cervical cancer
    Cervical cancer affects the lower part of the womenís womb or uterus (known as cervix). It is second in the list among the cancers from which the women of developing countries suffer the most. Commonly, this cancer mostly occurs in cases from thirty five to fifty five years of age. The frequency is higher among the women in lower income fa...... Read More..

  • Huge Rise in CT, MRI, Ultrasound Scan Use: Study
    The number of advanced diagnostic scans, such as CTs and MRIs, has zoomed upward since 1996, greatly boosting the amount of estimated radiation that patients receive, according to a new analysis of the medical records of millions of Americans in HMO health plans. It's not clear what extra risk the radiation poses, nor is it known how much d...... Read More..

  • Exercise May Delay Early Aging of People With Diabetes
    Regular exercise may slow the premature aging of the cardiovascular system that occurs in people with type 2 diabetes, according to new research. A healthy adult loses about 10 percent of fitness with each decade of life after age 40 or 50, but research shows that fitness levels in people with type 2 diabetes are about 20 percent lower tha...... Read More..

  • Alzheimer's Drug Shows Some Promise in Trials
    An experimental drug is showing some promise in slowing the decline in thinking and memory that comes with Alzheimer's disease, especially in people with milder forms of the illness. Drug maker Eli Lilly & Co. announced Friday that solanezumab did not slow mental decline in each of two phase 3 clinical trials, but when the data from the tw...... Read More..

  • Obesity, Depression Blamed for Daytime Sleepiness Epidemic
    Obesity has been linked to a host of health problems including heart disease, diabetes and certain cancers, and now new research adds excessive daytime sleepiness to this list. Well-publicized risks associated with excessive daytime sleepiness among adults include accidents caused by drowsy driving and workplace injuries. The new, relat...... Read More..

  • Fruits, Veggies May Help Smokers Quit
    People trying to quit smoking are three times more likely to succeed if they eat plenty of fruits and vegetables, according to a new study. Pubic health researchers at the University at Buffalo also found a diet rich in produce helps people remain smoke-free longer. "Other studies have taken a snapshot approach, asking smokers and nonsm...... Read More..

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