Tag Archives: issue 46

Ketogenic Diet for Mental and Physical Health

Amidst the spectrum of mental health therapies, inventive solutions frequently arise from the most unconventional places. A recent pilot study conducted by researchers at Stanford University sheds light on the potential of the ketogenic diet in managing symptoms of bipolar disorder and schizophrenia while also addressing metabolic syndrome. An article …

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NMC Initiates INMA Forum for Global Nursing Voices in the UK

The Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) of the UK has launched a pioneering initiative to support internationally educated and diaspora nurses and midwives in the UK. Recognizing the growing reliance on these professionals within the healthcare sector, the NMC has established the International Nursing and Midwifery Associations (INMA) forum. This …

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Ethical Challenge, Nurses’ Situation, and Quality of Care

  Words by Dr. Muna Sharma   Nurses in Nepal are employing resilience strategies such as discussing problems with colleagues, striving for professional competency through self-learning, and sometimes ignoring less critical situations to manage the ethical challenges they face daily.    “In my night duty I have to take care …

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Hair loss

Words by Dr Saroj Poudel   “Hair loss is a fairly common occurrence, affecting people of all ages, including children.” – Hair loss can happen to anyone, regardless of age, and it’s essential to recognize its potential causes and treatment options. “Depending on the type of hair loss, it can …

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