Comparatively low dose of snake antivenom is proved to be effective in Nepal, according to new research report.
Various significant improvement measures were taken in health sector in the year 2073 BS (2016-17 AD).
District Public Health Office, Jhapa has launched a 10-day campaign at Malaria-hit Pathamari in Kachankawal rural municipality, Jhapa from Tuesday.
Doctors are beginning to get answers to the question that every parent whose child has had a traumatic brain injury (TBI) wants to know: What will my child be like 10 years from now?
A total of 120 new patients of leprosy have been found in Bardiya district, the District Public Health Office (DPHO) said.
Scientists said Thursday they may have uncovered a biological explanation for the long suspected link between stress and heart disease.
The death rate among HIV/AIDs sufferers has increased despite a decline in the new cases, Sparsha Nepal, Biratnagar said at a press meet on Monday.
Two hospitals in Rupandehi district have started cost-free dialysis service under instruction from the Ministry of Health.
Government hospitals throughout Nepal are to provide free pap smear tests for the prevention of cervical cancer, the most common type of cancer among women.
A new study has established that the implementation of the Community-based Health Promotion Programmme has significantly contributed to improving women’s health.
Regularly using social media contributes to good mental health, an Australian study has found.
The Human Organ Transplant Centre (HOTC)at Bhaktapur on Thursday informed that the first successful liver transplant was conducted at the Centre.