JCMC | Volume 4 | Number 2 | Issue 8 | Apr-Jun 2014
Editorial
1
Role of Impact Factor in assessment of quality of a medical journal
GP Deo
2
Poison intake a social issue in Nepal
RM Piryani
Original Articles
1
Immunohistochemical expression of mmp-2 in an experimental progression model of oral cancer
B Shrestha, S Subedi, D Bajracharya, R Radhakrisnan
2
Visceral fat versus subcutaneous fat: comparison of their association with type 2 diabetes mellitus
OK Shrestha, GL Shrestha
3
The epidemiology and health burden of neurocysticercosis in tertiary hospital of Nepal
RB Sah, L Subedi, N Pandey, BP Sah, S jha, U Shah, N Jha, PK Pokharel
4
Effectiveness of Helping Babies Breathe(HBB) training on knowledge for Health Professionals and Medical Students at Chitwan Medical College
U Maharjan, L Rajbanshi, G Dhungana
5
A study on sanitary and hygiene practices in Chungwang VDC of Dhankuta District, Eastern Nepal
RB Rayamajhi, SS Budhathoki, A Ghimire, SR Niraula, VKKhanal, B Neupane, B Shakya, PK Pokharel
6
Ultrasonographically detected renal fusion anomalies in Western Region of Nepal
OK Shrestha, GL Shrestha
7
Are personal accessories safe in hospital settings?
U Maharjan, L Rajbanshi, G Gurung, R Gautam, HP Nepal
8
Ocular morbidity among primary school children
D Sherpa
9
The Effects of Soft Contact Lens Wear on Corneal Thickness, Curvature, and Surface Regularity
RP Sah, N Paudel, M Chaudhary, P Adhikari, SK Mishra
10
Knowledge and attitude of nurses regarding mental illness
G Gurung
Case Study
1
Intraoral cysticercosis of the masseter muscle- A rare finding; correlation of histopathology with MRI and USG
M Shrestha, P Shakya, S Shrestha
2
An unusual cause of hypoglycemia: A case report
S Pokharel, A Shrestha, D Maskey, B Shrestha, P Poudel, B Shrestha, KN Poudel, G kandel
3
Wilson’s disease: A rare autosomal recessive disorder of copper metabolism
RR Pradhan, J Gupta
4
Synchronous Juvenile ossifying Fibroma in maxilla and mandible- A case report
B Shrestha, S Subedi, S Pandey
Letter to Editorials
1
Medical teacher can act as a best researcher
RM Piryani
Guidelines for Authors
1
JCMC 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