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very resourceful, quite a complicated topic though but explained nicely...wish to see more positive posts on GMO to help clear any myth around it

Life Science / Re: Medicinal Values of Diospyros blancoi
« on: August 16, 2018, 11:56:48 AM »
Is it available in Bangladesh?

very relevant especially for hard-paced brutal urban life

this write up dictates regarding the dietary guidelines for children under 1 year of age, but there is wealth of knowledge regarding CARE practices which delves deeply into how a caregiver should behave around the child. Feeding is an important section in CARE where different psycho-social stimulation have been encouraged to be practiced. Feeding a child is also seen as a fertile ground of creating a loving relationship between the care-giver and child

I honestly feel that BCC is would have helped the nation save tonnes of money in health care by preventing disease occurence just through behaviour change

interesting read

Departments / Re: Why comfort will ruin your life | Bill Eckstrom |
« on: August 16, 2018, 06:04:00 AM »
very true

Departments / Re: কঠিন কাজটি আগে করি
« on: August 16, 2018, 06:01:53 AM »
interesting reminder

Teaching & Research Forum / Re: How to get admitted at phd program
« on: August 15, 2018, 07:23:37 PM »
very useful..its always the nitty gritty details that play an important role

Higher incidence indicates better screening facilities are available unless they are false positives, now its imperative to find out, why is there such a high incidence rate?

we should not just focus on calcium, but vitamin D is also essential for stronger bones. Majority of post-menopausal women in Bangladesh suffer from poor bone health due to vitamin D deficiency inspite of living in a sunny environemnt

Life Science / Re: Food-based dietary guidelines - Bangladesh
« on: August 15, 2018, 04:23:26 PM »
its quite monumental in respect for Bangladesh to have a dietary guideline tailored only for the population of this country, but there is a long way to go. I feel the guideline is quite similar to the rudimentary guidelines that were once followed in Western countries. They realised that a pyramid form is not the most appropriate and the now they have adopted a plat design to depict the ideal way designing their diet. Therefore more work is required from our end.

Life Science / Re: Easy ways to protect your eyes
« on: August 15, 2018, 04:17:30 PM »
Eyes are usually the most neglected part, never thought of giving any extra ttention or taking special care for it

7. Be present.

Everything in your life that is sabotaging you is the product of being unwilling to be present. We shop, spend, eat, drink, dream and plan our way out of the present moment constantly, which means that we never confront the feelings that we are carrying around. Being present is essential for developing mental strength and emotional health, because it allows us to actually respond to our thoughts and feelings in real time, and to confront that which unnerves us before we adopt unhealthy coping mechanisms to eradicate it.

The subconscious mind believes whatever it feels to be true. Therefore, it is easy for us to program ourselves to be subconsciously convinced that we are inadequate, in danger, or unloved. Mental immunity is what happens when we bring those ideas to the forefront of our consciousness and debunk them by marrying our feelings with reason.

Consistently reminding ourselves that a spectrum of feeling is healthy and helpful and letting go of the idea that overcoming something means eradicating it, rather than learning to act in spite of it, will help us to inch toward the lives we aspire to, rather than succumb to being victims of our own minds.

6. Imagine what you would do with your life if fear were no object.

That is what you should be doing now. Focusing too much on trying to "get over" something actually reinforces it. It keeps us in the space of being broken. Learning to refocus on what matter is what actually gets us to move on.

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