Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ today said the government would manage the required resources for the elimination of tuberculosis from the country.
Nepalese Association of Optometrists, the alliance of all professional optometrists has celebrated World Optometry Day in Kathmandu
Nepal has recently witnessed rapid rise in COVID-19 cases.
President Ramchandra Paudel has had his health examined at the TU Teaching Hospital, Maharajgunj here today. The hospital's executive director Prof Dr. Dinesh Kafle said the President reached the Hospital for the health checkup.
There is a higher cancer rate among illiterate people than literate ones in Nepal, according to a study by the Action Nepal, a non-governmental organization working on advancing tobacco control in Nepal.
Dhaka topped the list of cities around the world with the worst air quality this morning (March 19, 2023). With an air quality index (AQI) score of 196 at 9:20 am today, Dhaka ranked first among cities with the most polluted air. The air was classified as 'unhealthy'.
There, a five-person veterinary team were waiting to perform a delicate eye procedure, thought to be a world first for penguins. The sextet underwent the removal of the cloudy lenses caused by cataracts - a common age-related condition that develops in geriatric animals and hinders their vision - before receiving custom-made intraocular lens implants.
A free musical concert involving the 1974 AD band is being held to raise awareness about Autism.
A free health camp organised in Dailekh has benefited people from five districts including Dailkeh, Kalikot, Jajarkot and Achham
Coronavirus infection has been detected in Sudurpashcim Province again.
Many private pharmacies in the Bhaktapur district have been found running and selling medicines without meeting set standards.
The Rapti Academy of Health Sciences based in Ghorahi, Dang has started technology-friendly laboratory services.
While there is extensive discourse about the revolution of health care system in Nepal, many people are still left untreated due to the lack of affordable and accessible basic health facilities.