JCMC | Volume 7 | Number 1 | Issue 19 | Jan-Mar 2017
Original Articles
Comparative Study Between 3-Ports and 4-Ports Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy for the Cases of Gall Stone Disease
KK Tamrakar, P Khwaunju, KB Sah
Meningoencephalitis in Intensive Care Unit: Do Japanese Encephalitis cases go unsuspected?
A Ghimire, B Bhattarai, B Khanal, S Marahatta, GP Deo
Prevalence of Vitamin D Deficiency/Insufficiency among Children and Adolescents
S Regmi, AP Regmi, S Adhikari, D Shakya
Ear diseases in school going children of Sunsari and Morang Districts of Nepal
SK Thakur, R Acharya, SK Singh, N Ghimire
Correlation between glycemic parameters and lipid profile in type 2 diabetic patients attending tertiary care centre in Central region of Nepal
LB Sapkota, S Thapa
Serum HDL cholestrol and glycemic status assessment in post- menopausal women
P Ranabhat, S Yadav
Quality of life of hemodialysis patients in selected Teaching Hospitals of Chitwan
S Ghimire, M Lopchan
Systemic association of uveitis in Nepalese population
JB Shrestha, DN Shah
Study of vitamin B12 status and the consequential clinico-hematological profile in healthy vegetarian population in Nepal
P Paudel, JP Agrawal, S Timilsina, J Subedi
Case Reports
Emerging cervical spine surgery in Chitwan Medical College: Case series
A Prajapati, J Sitauala, BD Sharma, S Shrestha, P Panta
Hepatic Resection for Bile duct injury: A Case Report
U Joshi, RS Bhandari
An approach to fish-hook injury in children in remote hospital: A Case report and brief literature Review
S Menyangbo, H Devkota

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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