Go-ahead for Medical Education Bill likely today

Go-ahead for Medical Education Bill likely today

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KATHMANDU, Dec 26: After Dr Govinda KC refused to compromise on his demands for reform in medical education, the subcommittee formed by the Education and Health Committee in parliament is likely to forward a Health Education Bill on Wednesday that is in line with the demands raised by him. The parliamentary subcommittee had earlier assigned
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Eating junk food is bad for health!

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KATHMANDU, Dec 23: Food plays a big role in our life because we need food to live. In addition, it affects the shape of our body and helps us grow into an adult. Unfortunately, not all foods are good for health. Such food is known as junk food. For the past many years, junk food
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Kathmandu, November 8 Rampant bursting of firecrackers has become integral to the celebration of the festival of light in major cities, mainly Kathmandu Valley, despite a complete ban on it. Dr Ajit Shrestha, a pulmonologist at Alka Hospital, warned that the harmful chemical in the smoke emitted by firecrackers would pose a risk to the
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The World Health Organization (WHO) has announced outbreaks of Zika virus as the “extraordinary event” in 2016. As per the recent surveillance data, the strain of Zika is being circulated in more than 86 countries, including India and Bangladesh. India is wrestling with first significant outbreak of Zika virus. The first confirmed cases in India
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Achieving Sustainable Development Goal of “zero hunger” will be possible only with ‘zero wastage’ of food For a traditional Nepali like me, the invitation to wedding parties or any other feasts is a matter of great excitement due to fascinating varieties of food I get to eat. But I cannot ignore the bulk of food
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Sep 5, 2018- Poor diet and self-prescribed dieting, smoking and drinking, chewing tobacco and betel nuts, and lack of exercise, are the leading risk factors for increasing cancer cases and, according to doctors, it’s affecting the country’s poorest the most. Nepal’s two big cancer centres, BP Koirala Memorial Cancer Hospital (BPKMCH) in Bharatpur, Chitwan and
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Kathmandu, September 2 Minister of State for Health and Populations Dr Surendra Yadav has urged the agitating doctors to engage in meaningful talks after giving up all protests. Doctors aligned with Nepal Medical Association (NMA) have been launching protesting programmes for past few days demanding the removal of stringent new laws to make doctors liable
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CHITWAN: BP Koirala Memorial Cancer Hospital in Chitwan has added 250 beds and upgraded its existing equipment to treat the rising number of cancer patients across the nation. Earlier, in 2000 the hospital was established with 100 beds and with the addition of 250 beds, the total number of beds in the hospital has now
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Kathmandu, August 29 The Education and Health Committee under the House of Representatives has started discussions with stakeholders regarding the National Medical Education Bill, 2075. Prof Dr Govinda KC was summoned to the meeting of the committee on Wednesday. Prof Dr KC presented his views before meeting, but declined to take part in the discussions, saying
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Food manufacturing companies freely label their food as healthy, fresh, pure, original and natural even if it may not be so Nutrition plays an important role in everyday life of people. Nutritional label is a systematic way of presenting nutrition information of food product. The description is used to inform the customer about the nutritional
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