Irrational use of anti-biotic leads to anti-biotic resistance: Medical ExpertsBy Mahima Devkota
Medical experts have said that the irrational use of anti-biotic is the reason behind the increasing resistance to anti-biotic.
32 cases of dengue reported in KathmanduBy Mahima Devkota
According to Geeta Acharya, Vector Control Officer at the Health Office, Kathmandu, 32 dengue cases have been detected as of Friday including one each in Baneshwor, Dilli Bajar, Jaisi Deval, Kamalpokhari, Kantipath, Kuleshwor, Kavresthali, Putalisadak, Samakushi, and Shantinagar Anamnagar, two in Bagbazar and Maitidevi and six in Ghattekulo.
Nepal administers 73.4% of procured anti-COVID vaccinesBy Mahima Devkota
Nepal has received 22 million 80 thousand and 930 doses of vaccines against COVID-19 through procurement and grants so far. Of the total 16 million 216 thousand and 626 doses of vaccines have been administered to the people.
Why do we worship crows and dogs?By Mahima Devkota
Tihar is not only the celebration of lights but, also celebrates Mother Nature and animals. Crows and dogs which come in service of humans in other times are worshipped as a protector and messengers.
Six-day training by MoHP for health personnel on Pfizer vaccinationBy Mahima Devkota
According to Bharat Bhandari, Immunisation Officer at Child Health and Immunisation Section said that training is being provided to health workers as well as medical personnel of the 24 designated hospitals where the Pfizer vaccine will be administered from November 14.
Cholera can be fatal as it spreads rapidly: ExpertsBy Mahima Devkota
Experts have warned that Cholera can be fatal because of its contagious nature as it can infect a great number of people within a short time.
Road accidents up by threefold in last five years during DashainBy Mahima Devkota
According to Basanta Bahadur Kunwar, Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) of Nepal Police, of the total 920 road accidents recorded on this Dashain, whereas, 355 road accidents have been recorded in the year 2073 B.S. He added that road accidents have been on an increasing trend.
FMTC to start selling goats from tomorrow, SaturdayBy Mahima Devkota
“Selling of goats will start from this Saturday. FMTC will hold a meeting today and fix the price of goats. The company will sell at a discount of Rs. 10 per kg from the market price. The price of a goat in the market ranges from Rs. 550 to Rs. 750 a kg," informed Sharmila Neupane Subedi, spokesperson of the FMTC.
Quality meat with fibres to avoid health problems: ExpertsBy Mahima Devkota
Experts have recommended that good quality of meat along with the right quantity with added fibres must be consumed to avoid health problems.
‘Banknotes pose low risk of spreading Coronavirus’By Mahima Devkota
Experts have said that the transmission of Coronaviruses through banknotes carries minimal possibility. They have stressed that the safe use of banknotes must be practised to further reduce the risk of transmission of the Coronavirus that may be present in banknotes.