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Reminiscences: A narrative of historical values and the longings

Reminiscences: A narrative of historical values and the longings

- by Adwiteeya Shiwakoti

Throughout the years, traditions and cultures begin to fade. Ishan Pariyar has displayed the reality of the spiritual world’s diminishing through an array of colors. There are certain themes and motifs which aid in depicting the truths exhibited in the artists work.

7 Tips to control hair fall this monsoon

7 Tips to control hair fall this monsoon

- by Agencies

When your hair falls excessively from your scalp, it can cause baldness. While hair loss mainly affects the scalp in many people, it may also affect the entire body for a few people.

Celebrating International Yoga Day

Celebrating International Yoga Day

- by Republica

Yoga is considered as a way to freedom because a constant practice of yoga gives courage to our soul to fight against several physical and mental problems like fear, anguish and loneliness.

What’s so bad about processed foods?

What’s so bad about processed foods?

- by Associated Press

Chips, soda, and frozen pizzas tend to be full of salt, sugar and fat, but now scientists are trying to understand if there’s something else about such processed foods that might be bad for us.

Is cracking of joints harmful for your health?

Is cracking of joints harmful for your health?

- by Agencies

Most of the people have the habit of cracking their fingers all the time either intentionally or unintentionally. Sometimes even when there is a sudden move or stretch, our joints make noise, which in scientific term is referred to as crepitus.

New York ends religious exemption to vaccine mandates

New York ends religious exemption to vaccine mandates

- by Associated Press

New York eliminated the religious exemption to vaccine requirements for schoolchildren Thursday, as the nation’s worst measles outbreak in decades prompts states to reconsider giving parents ways to opt out of immunization rules.

Does donating blood make you weak?

Does donating blood make you weak?

- by Agencies

Blood and blood products are unique and precious resources because they cannot be manufactured and are obtainable only from individuals who donate blood. There is a high importance of ‘World Blood Donor Day’ (14th June), when nations make even more dedicated efforts to create awareness about the importance of voluntary blood donation.

Running on a treadmill versus running outside

Running on a treadmill versus running outside

- by Agencies

Every runner has a preference. Some runners can’t stand the monotony of the treadmill while others can’t pick up a pace without manual controls in front of them (they just love the accuracy of a structured workout).

7 self-help tips to stop smoking

7 self-help tips to stop smoking

- by Agencies

Every year May 31 is observed as World No Tobacco Day and this year’s campaign focuses on 'tobacco and lung health'. And if you are wondering how to get rid of smoking, here’s some tips that might help you stop smoking.

Can’t we prevent Suicide?

Can’t we prevent Suicide?

- by Aditya Neupane

Despite being a serious health problem, several myths are associated with suicides. In conversation with My City, Dr Ojha debunked five such myths.

Here’s how you can prevent nervous sweating

Here’s how you can prevent nervous sweating

- by Republica

Is perspiration getting on your way? If so, don’t let it get the best of you before a big meeting or pitch. There are different techniques to stop anxiety or nervous sweating. Deep breathing, drinking water and listening to music will calm your body down, slow your heart rate and reduce nervous sweats. Here we have compiled some tactics to help stop nervous sweats

Tooth Decay is not a curse

Tooth Decay is not a curse

- by Dr Vijay Sah

Tooth decay is simply a disease that is caused by different bacteria “Dante Kira” and is an irreversible demineralization of the tooth structure. The tooth decay is the outcome of what we do with our teeth. If we consume more chocolate, sweets, we might develop the disease. The ghosts “the bacteria” are there and they love sweets. Those bacteria are the acid producing machine and the acid is the enemy of our tooth. The acid causes tooth decay.

Five myths about Bird Flu (with video)

Five myths about Bird Flu (with video)

- by Aditya Neupane

In conversation with My City’s Aditya Neuapne, Chief of Clinical Research Unit at Sukraraj Tropical and Infectious Disease Hospital, Dr Sher Bahadur Pun debunked five myths that are commonly heard in Nepal.