Dr Atifur Rahman on Gold Coast Medical TV Serial

The race to save Darryl’s heart with a balloon – Dr Atifur Rahman on Gold Coast Medical: Wed 30 Nov, season 1 episode 4 Click here to see the episode at https://au.tv.yahoo.com/shows/gold-coast-medical/video/watch/33358955/gold-coast-medical-wed-30-nov-season-1-episode-4/#page3 Dr Atifur Rahman, Associate Professor, School of Medicine Senior

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Bangladeshis suffer heart attacks sooner, says Cambridge study

Bangladeshis are suffering from heart attacks 10 years earlier than typical sufferers in the west, says the preliminary findings of a Cambridge study. “The average age of Bangladeshis who suffer heart attacks is 52, with approximately forty percent of the

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Xanax 'more addictive than cocaine'

Click here to watch the video at http://au.news.yahoo.com/sunday-night/video/watch/29985888 http://au.news.yahoo.com/sunday-night/video/watch/29985888/xanax-more-addictive-than-cocaine/

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Child Health and Wellbeing

বাচ্চার অপুষ্টি ভাবনা !! সাপ্লিমেন্ট সহায়কআলমামুন আশরাফীবাচ্চা নিয়ে মা-বাবার চিন্তার অন্ত নেই। সোনামনি কি খাবে, আর কি খাবে না – এ নিয়ে সারাদিন দৌড়-ঝাপ দিতে-দিতে নিজেদের নাওয়া-খাওয়া বন্দ করে চাল-চুলো সিকেয় তুলে সন্যাসী হবার যোগাড়। এশিয়ানরা এ দৌড়ে একটুখানি এগিয়ে

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Dr Atifur Rahman Zarin talk on 'Heart Attack'

Video courtesy Bangla Satellite channel ‘Bangla Vision’ Bangladesh. Dr Atifur Rahman.FRACP, working as a Clinical Director-CCU, at Gold Coast Hospital in Australia. Media reports on Dr Atifur Rahman:Man dead 29 times, but still alive writes Katie Miller Bangladeshi Australian Dr

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Why you should stop eating sugar

The typical adult consumes 15 to 20 teaspoons sugar a day, which works out to an average of 60 lbs over a one year period! While it is often easy to spot in common treats like cakes, cookies, and candy,

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