Wednesday, 5 October 2016

Butt Workout! Bigger, Sexier, Rounder, More Lifted with theses Exercises!

How to prevent further incidents like the one in Charikot

Who are the doctors providing rural care? In Nepal, the MBBS degree is an undergraduate program, four years followed by a one-year internship. The four years’ course is highly academic in nature, with an emphasis on reading and exam-taking. Only during the one-year internship will a young doctor...

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Thursday, 29 September 2016

Charikot- A horror prepared by Media and Mob

Recently a very bad incident took place in Charikot. Some have marked it as a ” Black Day in Medical field”. A team of doctors and health workers staying in the remote area and providing free service via an INGO- government collaboration hospital was vandalized by mob. Doctors and...

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Wednesday, 28 September 2016

Progressing from Fasting to Non-Fasting Lipid Testing

Dr Alap Christy*, Dr Abhik Banerjee*, Dr Kshama Pimpalgaonkar* and Dr Arnab Roy^ Department of Biochemistry*, Research & Development^, SRL Limited, S. V. Road, Goregaon West, Mumbai 400062, India Conventional lipid testing insists upon a fasting state; primarily due to influence of circulating...

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MY USMLE STEP 1 SCORE 252 : Dr Harika’s experience

Firstly a big thanks to my family , friends and most importantly to this group for making my dream of 250s. Basically I am writing my experience for all those people who freak out just by getting low scores in NBMEs and decide their final performance solely based on NBME. Yes! NMBEs are highly...

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Thursday, 22 September 2016

Squat Workout for Big Butt! Squat Sponge Challenge!

Best Books for PG Entrance: IOM

Each year among thousands of PG aspirants appearing for MD MS in various faculties in Institute of Medicine, TUTH, Nepal, only few best ones will be able to bag the seats. They are termed as ” Cream of nation”. So, the quality of education, competitiveness and reputation makes this...

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Thursday, 8 September 2016

What to Treat at Home and When to See the Doctor

Generally speaking, most health issues fall into two categories: those mild enough to be treated at home, and those serious enough to warrant professional medical attention. For those that live in areas around the world where universal healthcare is not readily accessible, deciding between at-home...

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How to Motivate yourself to Study: Tips for Students

The worst time is in the middle of anything or time, when you don’t know how to start and where to start from. Starting of a semester is misused and exams are yet pretty far. I call this a ‘Desert period’ where the productivity of a student is almost zero like that of a Desert but...

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Sunday, 4 September 2016

First Hand Diary Entry on How to Get Through Labour and Delivery

Motherhood is the best moment in the life of most women and I experienced it in March 2016. Having a child changed my whole life. However, the journey from pregnancy to delivery wasn’t as easy as I thought. I had a comparatively easy labour and delivery though. And I should thank my...

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