JCMC | Volume 5 | Number 4 | Issue 14 | Oct-Dec 2015
Review Article
Extrapulmonary small cell carcinoma : Current status and strategy
BP Rauniyar, KR Devkota
Original Articles
Balloon Mitral Valvuloplaty: An early experience in Chitwan Medical College
SR Regmi, BM Dhital, B Sharma, S Regmi
An experience of management of cluster endophthalmitis in western hilly rural region of Nepal: A descriptive, interventional study
P Bastola
Self-assessment of hearing quality of traffic policemen working in Dharan-Biratnagar Corridor
A Ghimire, SR Niraula, A Shrestha, N Jha
Assessment of nurses’ knowledge on rotahalerdDevice in a teaching hospital of central Nepal
RM Piryani, RS Poudel, S Shrestha, A Prajapati
Involvement of male in birth preparedness in Tulsipur municipality of Dang district, Nepal
CK Bhusal, S Bhattarai
Comparative study on knowledge and practice of family planning methods among married Chepang and Brahmin/Chhetri men in Korak VDC of Chitwan district
LD Lama, M Bharati, L Bharati
A comparative evaluation between megadose intravenous dexamethasone and intravenous methyl prednisolone in the treatment outcome of optic neuritis
P Panjiyar, AK Sharma, GB Shreatha, A Shah
Evaluation of aloe vera leaves extract in streptozotocin- induced diabetic nephropathy in rat
NB Dangi, M Gyanwali, P Gyanwali, HP Sapkota, A Pandey, A Shrestha
Awareness towards tobacco consumption: A community based study
RB Sah, U Shah, L Subedi, N Jha
The expression of PI3K/ AKT signal pathway in breast tissue and it’s clinical significance
Zhang gang, Li zhong, Lin Xiao-meng, Zhang Jun-hua, Cui Yong, Zhao xing
Case Study
Hypersensitivity reaction to Ofloxacin: A case report
NS Neki
Ruptured ectopic pregnancy in a non-communicating rudimentary horn of a unicornuate uterus: A case report
S Kaudel
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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.

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30 January 2014