Scrub typhus claims girl’s life

Scrub typhus claims girl’s life
Chitwan, Oct 18: A 13 – year – old girl has died while undergoing treatment for scrub typhus in Chitwan district. The girl from Kalika Municipality – 6 died from scrub typhus, Chitwan Medical College said. Hospital Director, Dr Dayaram Lamsal, said the girl was admitted to the hospital on September 13. She died in course of treatment on Monday. Th...

119 infected with dengue in Chitwan

119 infected with dengue in Chitwan
Ratnanagar, Oct 7: A total of 119 persons have been found to have been infected with Dengue in Chitwan since mid-August. Majority of the infections have been reported in eastern Chitwan with high rates in Ratnanagar municipality, according to Pest control inspector at the District Public Health Office Ram Kumar KC. The total number of infections l...

Hospital services should be people-friendly:Minister Thapa

Hospital services should be people-friendly:Minister Thapa
Bhimdattanagar (Kanchanpur), Oct 5: Health Minister Gagan Kumar Thapa today visited Bhimdattanagar-based Mahakali Zonal Hospital. During the visit, he took stock of the hospital.  Meanwhile, addressing a programme organised by the hospital administration, he stressed the need to make hospital services people-friendly. "The hospital does not seem a...

Minister Thapa urges parliamentarians to support Dr KC’s cause

Minister Thapa urges parliamentarians to support Dr KC’s cause
Dhangadi, Oct 5: Minister for Health Gagan Thaha has sought cooperation from parliamentarians to save life of Dr Govinda KC who is currently staging fast-unto-death for the ninth time. Speaking at a press conference in Dhangadi today, Minister Thapa recalled that he had requested the senior orthopedic surgeon not to stage hunger strike, pledging t...

Treatment of scrub typhus to be free

Treatment of scrub typhus to be free
Ratnanagar (Chitwan), Sept 9: The treatment of 'Scrub Typhus' will be cost-free in government run hospitals of Chitwan after 200 treatment kits were made available for the Bharatpur Hospital by Epidemiology and Communicable Disease Control Division. "We have already provided the Bharatpur Hospital with the kit," Public Health Office, Chitwan's Inf...

Is Working Out Better Than Couples Therapy? Experts Weigh In

Is Working Out Better Than Couples Therapy? Experts Weigh In
You’re probably aware of all the benefits that working out on the regular has on your overall health and well-being, from reduced stress to a healthier immune system. But are there any pros of working out with your romantic partner? Well, besides getting to see them all sweaty and glistening? While it doesn’t necessarily replace couples therap...

16 contract scrub typhus

16 contract scrub typhus
Dhangadi, Sept 2: As many as 16 persons are found to have contracted the 'Scrub Typhus' in Kailali among other districts in far-western region of the country. District Public Health Office collected the blood samples of 22 suspected patients from various districts at Seti Zonal Hospital, Dhangadi and sent the samples for examination to the central ...

This One Smoothie Ingredient Helped Me FINALLY Start Losing Weight

This One Smoothie Ingredient Helped Me FINALLY Start Losing Weight
When I started making smoothies instead of eating an enormous bowl of cereal for breakfast, it was the change I needed to start losing weight. But one ingredient in particular was the real game changer. Liquid meals can feel less filling than you need them to be. In order to make a drink that keeps hunger at bay for hours, you need to add fiber....

This Olive Oil and Salt Scrub Will Make Your Skin Silky Smooth

This Olive Oil and Salt Scrub Will Make Your Skin Silky Smooth
You know all about olive oil's amazing health benefits, but it's got some major beauty ones, too. That's why women have been using it for centuries to moisturize their skin and add shine to their hair. The reason it's so special: Olive oil is packed with powerful antioxidants like phenols and vitamin E. Research has actually found that if you app...

Common cold, fever patients up in Kathmandu Valley

Common cold, fever patients up in Kathmandu Valley
Kathmandu, July 31: With the start of monsoon, the number of common cold and fever patients has increased significantly in the Kathmandu Valley. The influx of patients thronging Teku Hospital of Kathmandu with such ailments has risen lately, according to communicable disease specialist at the Hospital Dr Sher Bahadur Pun. More than 10 fever patie...