Saied Muhammad Zareef Saleh, who is only 13-years-old, has become the youngest jury member of the International Art Contest ‘The Future We Want’.
Perception Change Project of UN Geneva on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the United Nations organised the programme, said a press release issued on Sunday.
US citizens or lawfully permanent residents from 44 countries participated (youth 13-15 years) the programme.
In the first step of the competition, the artworks received 17,000 online votes and finally the 3 winners were selected by the jury.
Director General Tatiana Valovaya of the United Nations office at Geneva appreciated Zareef on 27th August 2020.
Zareef is the child of Deputy Commissioner (Headquarters) of Barisal Metropolitan Police ARM Saleh and engineer Nishat couple.
Earlier, Saied Muhammad Zareef Saleh became winner of several national and international art contests including Kids4HumanRights of UN Drawing Contest.
Doctors at a hospital in Spain observed that even a short spell at the beach seems to improve a coronavirus patients' well-being.
The medical team now wants to take the anecdotal evidence further, and see whether such outdoor trips can help in the mid- and long-term recovery of COVID-19 patients, reports AP.
After nearly two months of being sedated and connected to IV lines in a hospital's intensive care unit, one Francisco Espana took a moment to fill his ailing lungs with fresh air at a Barcelona beachfront.
Lying on a hospital bed at the beach promenade and surrounded by a doctor and three nurses who constantly monitored his vital signs, Espana briefly closed his eyes and absorbed as much sunshine as possible.
"It's one of the best days I remember," he said.
A medical team at the Hospital del Mar — the Hospital of the Seas — is seeing if short trips to the beach just across the street can help COVID-19 patients after long and sometimes traumatic ICU stays.
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The cloth is one of the basic needs of humans. The pandemic situation has changed the pattern of normal lifestyle all over the world. As life goes on, we still need to eat food, wear clothes, and carry on the struggle of survival. Though supermarkets are open, yet today it is not even safe to visit your nearby shopping mall for purchasing clothes. What’s the way out? The Facebook-based shops can relieve you from this dilemma. Read this article to know about some popular Facebook pages to buy ladies wear online in Bangladesh.
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You can hardly find a fashion-conscious lady who doesn’t dream of owning a wardrobe full of fancy outfits. The ongoing pandemic has snatched away the days of shopping delight. But the enthusiast for shopping still exists in the hearts of thousands of stylish girls and ladies.
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The trend of online shopping is skyrocketing day by day. Virtual shopping saves time and keeps you away from the risk of virus contamination. However, online shopping is not totally risk-free. Follow some precautions to save your hard-earned money as well as precious health.
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Observing the National Mourning Day and 45th martyrdom anniversary of the Father of the Nation, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman - Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy (BSA) commemorated Bangabandhu and the martyrs of August 15 through various cultural programmes broadcast on its official Facebook page on Saturday.
The cultural organization arranged two virtual programmes as part of its ongoing month-long cultural arrangements titled 'Shilper Aloy Bangabandhu' (Bangabandhu through the Light of Cult), broadcast live on Facebook enthralling audiences from home and abroad.
'Baul er konthe Bangabandhu' (Bangabandhu through the voice of the Bauls) was the first event went live at 5 pm. The programme was joined by prominent cultural persona Syed Hasan Imam and Public Service Commission Chairman Dr Muhammed Sadique as its chief guests.
Prominent Baul artists Kangalini Sufia, Baul Shafi Mondol, Latif Shah, Samir Baul, Rakhi Shabnam, Diti Sarkar, Siddikur Rahman, Nasrin Jannat, Suman Kumar Das, Lalon researcher and singer Sardar Hirak Raja, instrumental artist Md Solaiman, recitation artist Mahmuda Akhtar and BSA singer Rukhsana Akhtar Rupsha presented enthralling musical performances as tributes to the Greatest Bengali of All Time at the event.
Presided by BSA Director General Liaquat Ali Lucky, the event was hosted by Ashraful Hassan Babu.
The Academy then hosted a special Webinar followed by a unique 'Jatra' segment at 8 pm from its official Facebook page.
Eminent artist Mustafa Monwar and veteran recitation artist - thespian Jayanta Chattopadhyay joined as the chief guests at the programme titled 'Bangalir Mohanayak: Jatra Shilper Nobojatra', along with poet Minar Monsur and instrumental artist Sushanta Das.
Prominent actress Aruna Biswas hosted the event, with BSA Director General Liaquat Ali Lucky as the chair.
Four Jatra troupes presented flamboyant Jatra performances at the show from different places of the country.
Netrokothon, a Jatra troupe from Netrokona performed 'Jatir Pitar Atmodan' (Sacrifice of the Father of the Nation), Bagura's Balaka Opera performed 'Bipoder Bondhu Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib' (Bangabandhu as the Rescuer), Jashore-based Jatra troupe The Caesers Jatra Unit performed 'Banglar Mohanayak' (The Great Hero of Bangla) and Shwadhin Bangla Natyagoshthi from Dhaka showcased Jatra titled 'Roktosnato 71' (Blood-bathed 71) at the virtual Jatra event.
Children and teenagers are less likely than adults to develop severe Covid-19 symptoms and die from the disease, according to the world's largest study of hospital patients with Covid-19, reports Science Daily.
Obesity, black ethnicity and being under one month old are factors that increased the risk of a child being admitted into intensive care with the condition, the report said.
The findings also identify new symptoms of a severe inflammation syndrome that significantly increases the risk of children with Covid-19 needing intensive care.
Researchers are calling for the WHO's definition of Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children (MIS-C) to be updated to help doctors identify more children with the condition and improve their treatment.
The team led by researchers from the Universities of Edinburgh and Liverpool, Imperial College London and the Royal Hospital for Children, Glasgow, recruited 651 children and young people aged 19 years or less who had been admitted to hospital with Covid-19.
The study is led by ISARIC4C -- a global group of clinicians working to prevent death from respiratory disease -- and involved 138 hospitals across England, Wales and Scotland. The ISARIC4C Covid-19 study includes two thirds of all people admitted to hospital with the disease.
The findings suggest that it is rare for young people to end up in hospital with Covid-19. They make up less than one per cent of participants in the ISARIC study.
The typical age of children hospitalised was five-years-old. Some 42 per cent of patients had at least one other condition, the most common included neurological conditions and asthma.
The number of children and young people who died from Covid-19 was relatively low -- six in total -- when compared with adult deaths.
Three children who died were newborn babies born with other severe health problems. The other three children were aged 15 to 18 years old and also had profound health issues.
Some 18 per cent of hospitalised children and young people were admitted to intensive care. Experts say children most at risk of needing intensive care were those under one month old and those aged 10 to 14 years old. Similar to adults, obesity and Black ethnicity were also found to be risk factors.
The study also identified 52 patients who had MIS-C an inflammatory syndrome. The researchers found that these children were five times more likely to be admitted to intensive care.
The symptoms usually seen in those with MIS-C include conjunctivitis, a rash or gastrointestinal problems such as abdominal pain, vomiting and diarrhea.
The study found new Covid-19 symptoms in children with MIS-C. These include headaches, tiredness, muscle aches and a sore throat.
The study also found that the number of platelets -- a component of the blood involved in clotting -- was much lower in the blood of children with MIS-C than in those without the condition.
The combination of symptoms and low platelets may be important in identifying children with MIS-C who may become more unwell, experts say.
This research was funded by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) and by the Department of Health and Social Care through the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) as part of the UK Government's Covid-19 rapid research response.
Dr Olivia Swann, lead author and Clinical Lecturer in Paediatric Infectious Diseases at the University of Edinburgh, said: "Researchers often want to call attention to large numbers of patients in their studies, however, we want to highlight that children made up only a fraction of a percent of all Covid-19 admissions across the UK in our study and that severe disease was rare."
Professor Calum Semple, Professor in Child Health and Outbreak Medicine and Consultant Respiratory Paediatrician at the University of Liverpool, said: "The diligent work of our colleagues working in Child Health and the NIHR Clinical Research Network across the UK has led to this report which is the largest and most detailed description of covid-19 and MIS-C in children and young people. We have provided new understanding about MIS-C which will help manage this rare but serious condition, but parents can now be reassured that severe covid-19 is very rare in children."
Dr Louisa Pollock, Consultant in Paediatric Infectious Disease at the Royal Hospital for Children, Glasgow, said: "Parents should be reassured by this study which confirms very few children were seriously affected by Covid-19. As children return to school, and over the winter months, it is important we continue to monitor Covid-19 in children."
Professor Fiona Watt, Medical Research Council Chief Executive, said: "This is a significant study involving 138 hospitals across England, Wales and Scotland showing that children and teenagers are less likely than adults to develop severe COVID-19 or die from the disease. Indeed, the findings suggest it is rare for young people to end up in hospital with COVID-19.
"However, while the overall the risk for young people is lower, the added risks of obesity and ethnicity are shared with adults. We need to understand this, and also why a very small number of children are suffering from an inflammatory syndrome. Obviously the goal is to ensure that everyone who develops COVID-19 has the most appropriate treatment."
The research findings are published in the BMJ.