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A City Alive with Culture & Heritage

The vitality of Kathmandu’s inner city, such as Thamel, Jyatha, Kamalakhsi, Ason, Bangemudha, and Bhedasingh, in the decade of 2030 B.S. and the enthusiasm and optimism with which locals conducted their businesses and provided services to tourists has now withered down and become stale. Now, these places look like they …

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Keto Diet Fad or Fact?

Would it be okay for anyone to jump onto the bandwagon and start a keto diet for the perceived health benefits and weight loss? While many medical practitioners recommend this diet program to their patients, there are many who are against it. The skepticism comes from the fact that there …

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The Case for Cannabis Legalization

As far as its medical use is concerned, cannabis is legalized in about 45 countries around the world, including many states and territories in the United States. The word “cannabis” refers to all products derived from the plant Cannabis sativa L, which is native to central and south Asia. Marijuana, …

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Psoriasis a Multifactorial Disease

A dreaded disease with environmental, genetic, and immunologic factors playing a role, psoriasis is a disease that waxes and wanes with flare-ups, and it has no cure, as yet. Psoriasis is a complex, chronic, proliferative, and inflammatory disease of the skin. It involves hyperproliferation of the keratinocytes in the epidermis …

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Further Damage to Kathmandu has to be Stopped

Various political parties have been taking the responsibility of Kathmandu for the last 30 years. We, who have been living here for ages, have been seeing and suffering the mode of governance here. We know what Kathmandu was like, and how it is now. The problems grew, but there were …

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Purifying the Holy Bagmati

The 586.3-km-long Bagmati River, which originates at Bāghdwār Falls in Shivpuri National Park, is considered to be sacred, and the source of Kathmandu Valley civilization. However, this great river contains large amounts of untreated sewage due to the influx of industrial and other waste, with many residents emptying garbage and …

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Fohor Kathmandu

I think everyone will agree that Kathmandu is far from being a clean city. The piles of garbage on roadsides, exuding all kinds of disgusting smells of putrefied waste, gags your breath and make you want to puke. And, if you think this is maybe a temporary problem, think again. …

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Fibromyalgia

Case study A 42-year-old female presented at OPD due to muscle pain all over the body since the last 3-4 years. She had been visiting different clinics and hospitals many times for the same problem. All investigations were done; mostly routine blood tests, x-ray chest, ultrasound abdomen, and pelvis Rheumatoid …

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All we need to Know about the Minerals our body Seeks

Since day one, we’ve been told to consume food that contains minerals, but what actually are minerals? Minerals, one of the four essential nutrients, are inorganic elements or compounds that are required for the normal functioning and development of a human body. They contribute in the building and repairing processes …

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