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Anger and it's Management Anger is an emotional state of reaction, and every human being very often experiences it and its effects inevitably. Uncontrolled Anger can result in multiple somatic(physical), psychological disturbances and acute and chronic diseases as well. It can have severe and debilitating side effects on your loved ones, relationsh…
 
World Tuberculosis Day 2021 Tuberculosis is a completely curable and preventable disease. Not only a good patients and caregivers’ education is necessary for good patients’ compliance and reduction in the incidence of Multidrug Resistant Tuberculosis cases but equally important is the involvement of the community through awareness programmes to rem…
 
World Sleep Day 2021 Our physical and mental health are directly dependent on the quality and quantity of sleep that we get every day. The importance of this fact is underestimated leading to many preventable health conditions and diseases like diabetes and hypertension. Sleep deprivation can lead to Alzheimer´s disease in many people. Humans have …
 
The World Kidney Day 2021 On 11.03.2021, Rohingya Medics Organisation increases awareness on kidney/renal health to the Rohingya population worldwide. Due to prolong persecution, the Rohingya in Myanmar and as refugees worldwide are confronted with many barriers in receiving treatments for chronic renal failure. Being unable to afford expensive tre…
 
PREVENTING CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE Child abuse is a serious psychological and social concern and is common worldwide. Child abuse occurs in all forms of physical and/or emotional ill-treatment, sexual abuse, neglect or negligent treatment and merciless exploitation resulting in actual or potential harm to the child’s health (psychological, emotional, an…
 
All you need to know about Eczema in Rohingya language. Eczema is a non- contagious skin condition where patches of skin become inflamed, itchy, cracked, and of rough texture. Certain foods and environmental triggers can cause or even worsen episodes of Eczema flare. Atopic dermatitis, the most common form of Eczema usually develops in early childh…
 
“Rising number of fungal skin infection cases among Rohingya refugee population in Cox Bazar,Bangladesh” Following reports of recent increase in the prevalence of fungal skin infections among Rohingya refugees in Cox Bazar, Rohingya Medics Organisation as promised has come up with a detailed discussion with Rohingya Medics Organisation´s Dermatolog…
 
Q&A with Dr. A.H Kamal on Covid-19 Vaccination(reproduced from VOA Rohingya lifeline radio) Covid-19 Pandemic has come through an extremely dangerous path across the world, infecting more than 100 million and killing more than 2 million people worldwide. The notorious virus is showing no sign of slowing down. The only option to overcome the pandemi…
 
Viral conjunctivitis Viral conjunctivitis is one of the most common causes of conjunctivitis which is highly contagious and can be easily treated. It can spread from person to person living in a crowded place, sharing towels, using contaminated water. The virus can be easily found in nasal and eye secretion hence can easily infect another person af…
 
PEPTIC ULCER | Dr. Ambia Perveen in Rohingya Language Dr. Ambia Perveen from Rohingya Medics Organisation (RMO) discusses Peptic Ulcer in details from causes, diagnosis to prevention and treatment. This series is a collaboration between Rohingya Medics Organisation and RVision TV.
 
Many cases of high fever among young Rohingya children are being reported across Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh. Young children between six months to 3 years are showing signs of high fever and some with vomiting symptoms. Some elderly people are also being affected with main complaints of fever and headaches. Long ques in front of already ov…
 
A stroke occurs when the blood supply to part of your brain is interrupted or reduced, preventing brain tissue from receiving oxygen and nutrients. Strokes are a medical emergency and urgent treatment is essential. BE FAST (Balance, Eyes, Face, Arm and Speech) when you see someone with early signs of a stroke. “Time is Brain” meaning the sooner a p…
 
Viral Hepatitis is prevalent among the Rohingya community living in Myanmar and in refugee camps in Bangladesh. Hepatitis B and C are 10 times higher among Rohingya refugees than the general population of Bangladesh. Both in Myanmar and Bangladesh, Rohingya face premature-death as the results of liver cirrhosis and liver failure as complications of…
 
BACK PAIN | By Dr. Anita Schug in Rohingya Language Back pain is one of the most common complaints for which people visit a doctor or be absent at work for days at a time. Back pain can terribly disrupt quality and duration of sleep, reduce the quality of life and lead patients to depression. It is important to know the red flag symptoms associated…
 
Oral and Dental Hygiene | Dr. Yasmin Haroon in Rohingya Language Oral cavity and its primary function The oral cavity is the first part of the digestive passage. It contains the mouth (including lips), teeth, gums, hard and soft palate, the floor of the mouth just under the tongue) and buccal mucosa (cheeks) Its primary function is to serve as the …
 
Betel chewing is a tradition habitual custom since a long time in our community. It takes part to serve guest in social gatherings and functions. It is prepared by combining betel leaf, areca nut, lime, cutch and tobacco, then it is chewed, spat or swallowed. Let see what the consequences are. Advantages are that our elders’ belief it makes oral ca…
 
There have been several drugs dependency since early history such as Opium (morphine/heroine), Ganja /marijuana, alcohol, tobacco, glue-sniffing, Phensedyl and other cough mixtures, and the latest popular methamphetamine known as Yaba. Yaba is believed to be prevalent in our region. Yaba is a tablet mixture of methamphetamine and caffeine usually m…
 
ကုိ႐ုိနာဗုိင္းရပ္စ္ COVID-19 ကူးစက္မႈမွ ကာကြယ္ရန္ အခ်က္ (၅) ခ်က္ | Five Steps to Combat COVID-19 (Burmese Language) အခ်က္ (၁) လက္ကုိ ဆပ္ျပာနဲ႔ စင္ၾကယ္စြာ ေဆးေျကာပါ။ အခ်က္ (၂) ေခ်ာင္းဆုိးႏွာေခ်လ်င္ တံေတာင္ဆစ္ သုိ႔မဟုတ္ တစ္ရႉးနဲ႔ အုပ္ၿပီး ႏွာေခ်ပါ။ (အသုံးျပဳၿပီးသား တစ္ရႉးကုိ) စနစ္တက် လႊတ္ပစ္ပါ။ အခ်က္ (၃) လူစုလူေဝး မလုပ္ပါနဲ႔။ လက္ဆြဲႏႈတ္ဆက္ျခင္းကုိ ေရ…
 
Every medication has a set dosage. What do we mean by dose? Dose is the amount of the medication that is required to treat the given condition. This includes how much, how many times a day and how many days to take. Overdosage will give harm or even become poisonous, whereas under-dosage will be ineffective and the illness will progress. Children a…
 
Dr. A.H. Kamal, Dr. Anita Schug and Dr. Hla Kyaw joined the live talk at RVision TV to discuss about Covid-19 and preventive measures that Rohingya refugees should take to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Ajmeer Omar also hosted Qutub Shah, a religious scholar, to combat misinformation and observe religious practices in due diligence without …
 
The harmful effects of tobacco use on the body are well established. All forms of tobacco use have detrimental health effects on the body. Tobacco use remains the greatest cause of “preventable death globally”. Smoking can increase the risk of various health problems and eventually lead to chronic diseases over several years, some of the bodily eff…
 
“First Period” (Menarche) should not become the end of freedom and joy to live a normal life for maturing young Rohingya girls. Our girls should not be sentenced for home confinement instead of continuing at school, play with their friends and carry on with pursuing their individual ambitions, hobbies and everyday chores and routines. Menstruation …
 
As the novel coronavirus finally reached to Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh, there is an exhibition of panic and fear as well as misinformation among Rohingya refugees. Due to the nature of camps with overcrowdedness, lack of adequate healthcare infrastructures and services and extremely limited access to internet connectivity, it is critical …
 
You shatter her delicate self-image from as early as she can remember with your words of abuse, shame, discontent and hatred. This is 'just' all you do. The saddest part is that it doesn't end 'just' here. Even after you stop, all she will be doing is 'just' collecting and putting back together her broken pieces alone to be fractured again... It is…
 
Rohingya Medics recommend Social Distancing as COVID-19 Preventive Measure. The COVID-19 Coronavirus is very contagious with high mortality than flu and the common cold. It spreads through droplets from an infected person through cough and sneeze, and many can carry it without showing the symptoms up to weeks. It doesn’t discriminate ages or gender…
 
As Bangladesh has declared a 10-day-lockdown to contain the transmission of the COVID-19, over a million Rohingya in refugee camps are advised to follow the social distancing policies. While the social distancing brings an effective halt in the spread of the virus, it also affects people mentally, particularly Rohingya taking shelters in refugee sh…
 
With the COVID-19 pandemic, there is a staggering increase in domestic violence on both women and children equally and possibly on men as well. The impact of the abuse on the children's fragile minds will be harder, and they are more susceptible to develop silent depression and anxiety hindering children's normal psychological development and matur…
 
COVID-19: Children’s Physical and Mental Health While very few cases of COVID-19 have been reported in children around the world, the virus doesn’t discriminate the ages. During the social distancing and isolation at home, children health – physical and mental, is affected greatly. Protecting children’s health is vital for parents and carers at hom…
 
Dr. A.H. Kamal (also known as Kamal Hussein), a veteran Rohingya doctor with the vast experience of practising medicine in Myanmar, Malaysia and Australia, explores the outbreak of COVID-19 coronavirus and advises preventive measures that are essential for the Rohingya community can take in order to combat the pandemic. He is an esteemed member of …
 
The monsoon season is only two months away for over a million Rohingya living inside Myanmar and taking shelters in refugee camps in Bangladesh. The season brings various water-borne diseases that challenge the community. Preventive measures are essential in order to avoid acquiring diseases such as Dysentery, Cholera, Typhoid, Hepatitis-A. Consumi…
 
With over a billion Muslims worldwide mark the beginning of Ramadan (the Month of Fasting) this week, there are many among them who have pre-existing diabetes which needs to be controlled and monitored properly. Due to the lack of information or monitoring, many Rohingya fail to control diabetes. Dr. Sarwar Kamal explains in his native Rohingya lan…
 
A Ramadan is a holiest month for Muslims and in this month every healthy adult Muslim is obligated to fast. At the same time, Almighty Allah requested to take care of our health and we must not act in a way that harms our body. Rohingya people love this month and try their best to fast in every condition by practising other pillars of Islam. Fastin…
 
Dr. Mohammed Younus from Rohingya Medics Organisation explains the importance of maintaining a balanced diet during Ramadan. A good diet is essential for the body when many Rohingya observe fasting from dawn to dust abstaining from eating and drinking during the period of fasting. A balanced diet that consists of a sufficient variety of food and dr…
 
Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) is a commonly ignored infection that can be preventable and has adverse effects on day to day activities. UTI occurs 1 in 5 among girls which is more common among pregnancies. Patient with UTI often symptoms such as pain or burning sensation, frequent need to urination and lower abdominal pain. It is important to recog…
 
TUBERCULOSIS | Podcast by Dr. Anita Schug As we mark World Tuberculosis Day today, the number of Rohingya suffering from TB remains staggeringly high in Bangladesh refugee camps and inside Myanmar. Tuberculosis, a chronic communicable disease, remains highly concerned for Rohingya refugees due to "the lack of resources, technical capacity gaps in i…
 
Hepatitis C, a viral infection that infects the liver, is a cause of the long-term liver damages, i.e. scarring of the liver (cirrhosis) and liver cancer. There is a rise of cases of Hepatitis C among the Rohingya community in Rakhine State of Myanmar and refugee camps in Bangladesh. Hepatitis C is mainly passed through sharing of (unsterilized) ne…
 
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