Things to Do To Boost Your Emotional Intelligence

You’ve got brain power, but what about emotional intelligence? Emotional Intelligence, also known as EI or EQ (for Emotional Intelligence Quotient), describes a person’s ability to recognize emotions, to understand their powerful effect, and to use that information to guide thinking and behavior. According to Continue Reading

High Risk of Imported Disease Outbreak in Nepal

Nepal is at a greater risk of contracting imported infectious diseases. Many Nepalese are working as migrant workers in several nations, where increasing cases of Zika, Ebola, and other types of influenza were reported by doctors. There is a high risk of imported disease outbreak Continue Reading

Six Months Training on Psychosocial Counseling | Abbal-WE

Abbal Women Entrepreneurs (अब्बल-WE) announced a Council for Technical Education and Vocational Training (CTEVT) certified six months training on Psychosocial Counseling. The counseling will begin from 25th of November, 2018. The training is designed to produce competent human resources in the field of psychosocial counseling. The Continue Reading

International Poultry Symposium 2018

Agriculture and Forestry University (AFU) is organizing the International Poultry Symposium 2018 in Chitwan which started from Sunday (28 October). The programme was initiated by the Chief Minister of Province 3, Dormani Poudel who affirmed the possible support from the government level to promote poultry Continue Reading

Government to Set up Public Health Offices in all Districts

Government to set up public health offices in all districts. A new structure at local, provincial, and federal levels has been prepared by the Ministry of Health and Population to set up public health offices in all the 77 districts of the nation, Nepal. The Ministry Continue Reading

World Mental Health Day Celebrated Successfully | Nepal

World Mental Health Day was organized at Yalamaya Kendra in the capital, Kathmandu on 8th of October, 2018. Mental Health Day is celebrated on the 10th of October worldwide. With the theme of ‘Young People and Mental Health in Changing World’, World Mental Health Day Continue Reading

How Sleep Deprivation Affects Your Brain

We sleep less than we should which impacts our brain. Sleep deprivation can cause serious consequences on your health including impaired memory, increased stress, and can even shrink your brain. Sleep deprivation affects millions. It’s obvious that sleep is more than necessary for overall health. Continue Reading