Whenever the body’s temperature is higher than the normal range, it is called a fever. Although we commonly hear that 98.6 degrees F, or 37 degrees C, is considered normal, this is not a set number that applies universally to all
JUMLA, Jan 15: With an outbreak of viral fever across Jajarkot, the neighboring district of Jumla is on alert against a potential spread of the malady. Human resources in Jumla have been placed on alert for deployment if called upon.
JUMLA, Jan 14: With an outbreak of viral fever across Jajarkot, the neighboring district of Jumla is on alert against a potential spread of the malady. Human resources in Jumla have been placed on alert for deployment if called upon.
JAJARKOT, Jan 9: The dipping temperature compounded by the foggy weather has added to the woes of viral fever patients in Jajarkot. According to the health workers and doctors deployed in various parts of the district, providing service to the patients has really been a challenge due to the increasing cold.
KOHALPUR, Jan 3: The dipping temperature has started to take a serious toll on health of flood victims living in makeshift tents set up near jungle areas. Children and elderly people living in these settlements scattered in the jungle area of Kohalpur are the worst affected.
Before bidding farewell to 2017, there awaits a grand exuberance of Christmas to fill the air with jingle bell songs and Christmas carols. With Christmas illuminating many cities in different parts of the world, Kathmandu is no exception. The shops are adorned with Christmas trees and toys, while numerous events and parties imply that the festival has gripped the denizens of Kathmandu.
RAUTAHAT, Dec 4: As the much-awaited parliamentary and provincial assembly polls is just around the corner, Rangpur village which lies 30 km away from Chapur of Rautahat is gripped by the election fever.
MUGU, Dec 3: About a dozen people have died due to viral fever outbreak in Mugu district within a week. Children and elderly alike are suffering from cough, cold, pneumonia and viral fever in the district as the temperature continues to drop in the mountainous region.
KATHMANDU, Nov 25: As the elections to the House of Representatives and State Assemblies inch closer, with the first phase a day away, the participation of locals for cleanup campaign of rivers and ring road in Kathmandu valley has decreased.
SOLUKHUMBU, Nov 13: With the upcoming parliamentary and provincial elections now less than two weeks away, the ruling Nepali Congress (NC) and the left alliance are in for a fierce competition in Solukhumbu district, home to the world’s highest mountain, Mt Everest (8,848 m).
ROLPA, Oct 31: The election fever has gripped the locals of all districts but it is yet to excite the locals of Thabang, which is also known as the bastion of the decade-long Maoist insurgency that killed over 17,000 people.
Whenever the body’s temperature is higher than the normal range, it is called a fever. Although we commonly hear that 98.6 degrees F, or 37 degrees C, is considered normal, this is not a set number that applies universally to all. Normal body temperature is different for children than adults and also can vary among individuals. A fever is basically a symptom of another condition or illness. A fever can occur when your body is fighting an infection, such as the flu.
JHAPA, Oct 15: Dengue fever is fast spreading in Jhapa amid the lack of prevention and control measures. The infection is at its peak in Birtamod, Damak and Mechinagar. The District Public Office (DPO) and municipality offices have expressed sorry over the matter while informing that there is no budget to take necessary steps to bring the disease under control. Only in Birtamod, the government has taken some action to combat the deadly virus.
BARA, September 10: With the third phase of local elections just around the corner, election fever is gripping the districts and local units of Province-2. The situation is no different in Jitpur Simara Sub-metropolitan City of Bara district.
KHAJURA (Banke), Aug 17: An epidemic of viral fever in the flood-hit areas in Banke has further affected the lives of flood survivors. Most people displaced by flooding from Raptisonari, Duduwa, Narainapur and different parts of Khajura Rural Municipality are facing various health problems like fever, diarrhoea and flu.
BIRATNAGAR, August 16: Until a few days ago, locals of Ikrahi used to spend their days in the fields as farming was the major means of their livelihood. This village, which lies in ward-4 of Biratnagar Metropolitan City, got waterlogged due to excessive rainfall on Saturday and Sunday.
GULMI, June 24: With just four days left before second phase local elections, political leaders and candidates are busy in canvassing voters. Candidates have intensified their door-to-door visits to request for votes.
Everyone lives in perpetual fear of the wedding season. “What do I wear?” is a question that runs in people’s head the minute they hear talks about someone’s marriage. With the wedding season in full throttle, you want to do your best to stand out in the crowd. Adulthood should stand little in the way of playing dress up for these special occasions so The Week brings you the best pickings from the boutiques around Kupondole.
BIRATNAGAR, April 26: Though the announcement of local elections in two phases slowed down the poll campaigns for a while, that has not dampened the excitement of locals in the rural municipalities of the Koshi-Mechi region.
BAJHANG, March 31: The election fever has not just gripped towns and cities, but also the rural villages in the country. With the local polls now just 44 days away, political leaders in Bajhang district of the far west region are busy visiting rural households, appealing to the locals to vote them.
BIRGUNJ, March 29: Birgunj sub-metropolitan city of Parsa district, the center of the six-month Madhes protests last year, has now been rejuvenated with enthusiasm and excitement generated by the upcoming local polls.
Fashion means different things to different people but one thing is for sure, it is an important part of everybody’s life. More so in the recent times because social media and glossy magazines have changed how we want ourselves to be seen. The act of dressing up isn’t simple anymore. Republica talked to some people to find out ‘fashion’ means to them, whether they think it’s necessary to keep up with the trends, and what fashion trend they would or wouldn’t follow.
PANCHTHAR, Jan 5: Sarala Regmi of Phidim-1 of Panchthar district spares three hour of her time for football from 2 to 5 in the afternoon. Her daily routine has changed since the beginning of the Falgunanda Gold Cup Football Tournament that kicked off on December 30 and she is planning to give continuity to this habit until the tournament concludes on January 8.
KATHMANDU, Aug 24: Epidemiology and Disease Control Division (EDCD) of the Department of Health Services (DoHS) said that hospitals across the country are seeing a surge in the flow of patients with viral fever over the last few weeks.
TANAHU, Aug 2: The cases of viral fever and common cold have significantly gone up these days in Tanahu. The district headquarters-based government and private health facilities are witnessing an increase in the inflow of viral fever and common cold patients.