JCMC | Volume 4 | Number 4 | Issue 10 | Oct-Dec 2014
Medical Error
RM Piryani
Review Articles
Research utilization among nurses: barriers and facilitators
S Sapkota
Original Research Articles
Stapled haemorrhoidectomy versus openhaemorrhoidectomy: a prospective comparative study
RS Bhandari, PJ Lakhey, YP Singh, PR Mishra, KP Singh
Cysticerci seroprevalence and risk factors for neurocysticercosis: an observational hospital based study
MP Barakoti, S Rijal, PM Shyangwa
Electroconvulsive therapy in mood diorders
SR Adhikari
Study of pattern of adverse drug reaction due to cancer chemotherapy and their management in hospitalized patient in B P koirala Memorial Cancer Hospital
K Thapaliya, A Shrestha, A Prajapti, R Subedi, S Giri
Skin diseases in a Nepali prison
N Parajuli, G Jonkman Veenstra, M Jonkman
Pap smear coverage and effect of knowledge and attitude regarding cervical cancer on utilization of the test by women in Udayapur district of Nepal
S Ranabhat, G Dhungana, M Neupane, R Shrestha, M Tiwari
Prevalence of primary drug resistant tuberculosis in a tertiary care hospital, Nepal
R Khunjeli, UR Mohsin, SK Shrestha, S Adhikari, B Srivastava, B Shrestha
Knowledge of HIV/AIDS among adolescence at intellectual academy in Kumarigal-7, Tushal, Kathmandu, Nepal
G Rana
Stress among nurses working in critical care areas at a tertiary care teaching hospital, Nepal
RK Mehta, IK Singh
Case Reports
Visual outcome on Fitting Rose-K2 XL lens in a case with Terrien’s marginal degeneration
SK Mishra, GS Shrestha, P Dhungel, B Aryal

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Sip Oolong Tea

Research suggests that people with mild eczema who drink oolong tea three times a day may show improvement in itching and other symptoms. Compounds in the tea called polyphenols appear to be responsible.

Posted by: Dr.Unknown
30 January 2014