JCMC | Volume 3 | Number 1 | Issue 3 | Jan-Mar 2013
Editorial Board
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Editorial Board
JCMC
MESSAGE FROM EDITORIAL DESK
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MESSAGE FROM EDITORIAL DESK
Prof Dr Harish Chandra Neupane
Review Article
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Inflammation and oxidative stress via persistent hyperglycemia in progression of diabetic nephropathy in type 2 diabetes mellitus
D Kafle, N Islam, B Aryal, P Adhikary and N Singh
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Post Dural Puncture Headache
GP Deo
Original Articles
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A comparasion on brachial plexus block using local anaesthetic agents with and without midazolam
SN Gautam , SK Bhatta and NR Sharma
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Antimicrobial susceptibility patterns of escherichia coli from various clinical sources
R Gautam, M L Chapagain, A Acharya, N Rayamajhi, S Shrestha, S Ansari, G Upadhaya and HP Nepal
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Gender Differences in Depressive Disorder among Civil Servants of Public Service under Government of Nepal
P Aryal, A Aryal, H Ghimire and KP Bista
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Cancer prevalence trend in central region of Nepal
GM Khan, RK Thapa, D S Adhikari, M Rajbhandari, P Dwa, S Shrestha and S Oli
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Vulnerability to unsafe sex and HIV infection among wives of migrant workers in far western Nepal
A Aryal, YN Yogi and H Ghimire
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A study of prevalence of intestinal protozoan infections and associated risk factors among the school children of Itahari, eastern region of Nepal
RB Sah, IS Paudel, R Baral, P Poudel, N Jha and PK Pokharel
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Synthesis of intermediates of potential inhibitors of enzyme p450 aro¬matase in the treatment of breast cancer
BK Uprety and I Shahid
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Factors affecting newborn care practices among Tharu Mothers in selected village development committees of Chitwan District
J Chaudhary, GP Dhungana and H Ghimire
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Knowledge and attitude regarding emergency contraception among nursing personnel
B Thapa
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Experience of domestic violence among pregnant women
S Gurung
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Prospective study on the efficacy of tamsulosin in medical management of distal ureteric stones
S Basnet, R Shakya and P M Shrestha
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Acute pesticide poisoning: review of patients attending at emergency department in chitwan medical college
DR Lamsal
Case Reports
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Clinical status of furosemide on liver cirrhosis with portal hypertension and ascites
K Thapaliya, A Bhandary, S Basnet and B Aryal
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Acute exacerbation of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
S Basnet, P Adhikary and B Aryal
Call for Articles
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Guidelines for Authors
JCMC

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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