With the coronavirus continuing to spread, it's more important than ever to strengthen the immune system for the possible prevention of the virus. It might sound difficult but worry not, we can do this by trying to adapt with few changes
KATHMANDU, March 25: With one more case of the novel coronavirus infection surfacing, the provincial and local governments in the country are focused on the expansion of health care centers and isolation wards. Gandaki, Karnali, Bagamti and other provincial governments have established temporary hospitals as well as directed all existing hospitals to prioritize coronavirus-infected patients over regular ones.
WASHINGTON, March 7: Health experts say the best, simplest ways to preven the spread of COVID-19, the novel coronavirus that has killed more than 3,200 people and affected more than 100,000 around the world, follow the tried and true cold-season admonishments given out for generations.
Many cases of medical negligence are being reported in Nepali media. The recent case that has been making news is related with a case against Grande International Hospital which has been accused of committing series of acts of negligence pushing a newly born baby to a malnourished life.
Physiotherapy has gained significant popularity among the masses here in Nepal. Over the years, we can see that patients have developed a lot of confidence in the effectiveness of the treatment. Dr Prarthana Lohani Pant, at Medicare National Hospital and Research Center, points out the exercises recommended in physiotherapy aren’t only useful for relieving aches and pains but also preventing them. Here Dr Pant shares some views and useful tips.