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Prevalence of cardiovascular disease in Bangladesh: Synthesis of evidence

Prevalence of cardiovascular disease in Bangladesh: Synthesis of evidence. AoS

Cardiovascular diseases (CVD) are among the leading causes of death globally and most deaths (80%) occur in low- and middle-income countries like Bangladesh. A significant increase in the prevalence (the number of people with CVD, divided by

Alcohol injections for the treatment of intermetatarsal neuromas

Alcohol injections for the treatment of intermetatarsal neuromas

Intermetatarsal neuromas, sometimes called Morton’s neuroma, cause nerve pain in the forefoot.  It arises due to entrapment of the nerve(s) supplying the toes(s) due to compression of the forefoot. Although any foot can be affected it’s uncommon

The relationship between cranberries ingestion and the reduction of the incidence of urinary tract infections

Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are common and are among the most frequent medical conditions requiring outpatient treatment. Approximately 80% of all UTIs occur in women, and 20% to 30% of women with a UTI will have a

Do low frequency electromagnetic fields interfere with cellular physiology?

Electromagnetic radiation, fields, or waves have been around since the birth of the universe, with daylight as the most familiar one. We are continuously exposed to different EMFs, mostly without even noticing them. Depending on their frequency,

Recovering from addiction: Do peer-delivered services help?

New research indicates that addiction to alcohol and drugs is a chronic condition. For many, recovery from addiction is often a lengthy process that requires ongoing management and support. Yet the traditional approach to addiction provides intensive