JCMC | Volume 3 | Number 4 | Issue 6 | Oct-Dec 2013
Message from Editorial Desk
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Message from Editorial Desk
Prof Dr Harish Chandra Neupane
Review Articles
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Prevalence of current tobacco use among secondary students in Nepal: A meta-analysis
RR Dhungana, MK Khanal
Original Articles
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Oral health related knowledge and attitude of anganwadi workers of Mangalore city, India
A Shakya, A Rao, R Shenoy, M Shrestha
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Evaluation of CT scan findings in patients presenting with headache
P Nepal, A Shrestha, N Ghimire
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Profile of neonatal admission at Chitwan Medical College
SP Shrestha, AK Shah, R Prajapati, YR Sharma
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Clinicomorphological study of ovarian lesions
S Maharjan
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Complementary feeding practices among the caretakers of the young children at Kathmandu
S Sapkota, S Shrestha
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The first dental visit
N Ghimire, B Kayastha, P Nepal
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A descriptive study on contraceptive practices among mothers in Belhara VDC of Dhankuta district, Nepal
RB Rayamajhi, A Ghimire, SR Niraula, SS Budhathoki, VK Khanal, PK Pokharel
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Nutritional status of under 5 children and associated factors of kunchha village development committee
GP Dhungana
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Antenatal care and severe pre-eclampsia in Kathmandu valley
BL Manandhar, V Chongstuvivatwong, A Geater
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A descriptive study on morbidities of patients attending free health camp In Sankhejung VDC of Ilam district, Nepal
RB Rayamajhi, DK Yadav, A Ghimire, VK Khanal, D Tamrakar, A Shrestha, G Shrestha, M Sharma, N Manandhar, M Bhattachan 1, R Gautam, PK Pokharel
Case Reports
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Erythromycin induced carbamazepine toxicity- A preventable drug interaction
D Shrestha, AK Dhakal, KK Singh
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Addisonian crisis precipitated by thyroxine therapy in a patient with type 2 autoimmune polyglandular syndrome
S Pokharel, A Shrestha, D Maskey, B Shrestha, P Paudel, B Shrestha, BM Dhital
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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