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When counselling doesn't help in depression

B-Barta, Heath, 29 May: If your loved one is suffering from depression lately or has developed modest anxiety-related disorder, taking him/her to a psychological therapist may not be the best solution.

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Brain activity changes seen after chemo

B-Barta, Health, 28 May: For some women with breast cancer, changes in brain activity while multitasking could explain “chemo brain” – reduced mental functioning that many experience after chemotherapy, Belgian researchers say.

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Prevent Thalassaemia: test before you get married

B-Barta, Health, 25 May: Thalassaemia is an inherited disease affecting the blood. Although it is the most common congenital disorder in the world including Bangladesh, people know very few about the disease.

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Two large meals a day keep sugar away

For controlling weight and blood sugar, people with type 2 diabetes should have two large meals (breakfast and lunch) rather than six small meals with the same total calories, a key study has suggested.

B-Barta, Health, 17 May: “Eating only breakfast and lunch reduced body weight, liver fat content, fasting plasma glucose, C-peptide and glucagon, and increased OGIS (oral glucose insulin sensitivity), more than the same caloric restriction split into six meals,” said Hana Kahleová from the Institute for Clinical and Experimental Medicine in Prague, Czech Republic. The study involved 54 patients (29 men, 25 women) treated with oral diabetes drugs, aged 30-70 years.
They were asked to follow one of two regimens of a restricted calorie diet, each containing 500 calories less than the recommended daily amount; in one programme the meals were six small meals and the other two large meals, breakfast and lunch.
“The results suggest that for type 2 diabetic patients on a calorie-restricted diet, eating larger breakfasts and lunches may be more beneficial than six smaller meals during the day,” the researchers noted.
The study appeared in the journal Diabetologia.

Passive smoking 'damages children's arteries'

B-Barta-Health- 22 April: Passive smoking causes lasting damage to children's arteries, prematurely ageing their blood vessels by more than three years, say researchers.

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