JCMC | Volume 5 | Number 2 | Issue 12 | Apr-Jun 2015
Original Articles
Effectiveness of teacher training conducted at Chitwan Medical College, Bharatpur, Nepal
GP Dhungana, RM Piryani, ML Chapagain, M Neupane
Social stigma in leprosy
S Marahatta, A Ghimire, N Jha, SM Pokhrel, S Rayamajhi, S Jirel
Incidence and prevalence of postpartum depression in a rural community of India
N Shrestha, P Hazrah, R Sagar
Prescription errors and pharmacist intervention at outpatient pharmacy of Chitwan Medical College
RS Poudel, RM Piyani, S Shrestha, A Prajapati, B Adhikari
Factors Influencing Migration among Nepalese Nurses
R Baral, S Sapkota
Maternity Incentive scheme on safe delivery services in rural area of Kavre district
A Baniya, D Chhetri, B Pokhrel
Laboratory screening prior to modified electroconvulsive therapy
SR Adhikari
Case Reports
A case report on mad (wild) honey intoxication
B Shrestha, P Paudel
Solitary intramuscular cysticercosis: A rare pseudotumour. A report of two cases
RP Marasini, PB Thapa, P Gautam
Huge adrenal myelolipoma: A rare entity
G Pandey, B Thakur, M Devkota
Letter to Editor
Necessity of strengthening neurology services in Nepal
RM Piryani

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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