Nmcth.edu Review:

Nepal Medical College & Teaching Hospitals - Nepal Medical College & Nepal Medical College Teaching Hospital (NMCTH) form two sides of the same health institution, established primarily for imparting Medical including Health Sciences Education for the Daughters & Sons of Nepal in particular and the Daughters & Sons of the Global Community in general. At the same time the NMCTH provides health care services from its Tertiary Care Hospital as well as Community Satellite Health Centre and undertakes scientific.

Country: North America, US, United States

City: 77092 Houston, Texas

  • Nancy Gardner - Informative and effective

    I am in Week 4 of the program and am highly pleased with the results. The book was interesting and easy to read and understand. The hardest part is keeping track of what I've eaten as there are plenty of options from which to chose. The only suggestion I would make would be to create a one page check sheet comparing the food options from each of the phases. I did this for myself and found it easier to shop as I was able to easily select items to use for an entire week (examples: celery, kale, mushrooms, onion, buffalo meat, lean ground beef, chicken: boneless, skinless, white meat, etc.), then pick what I wanted for specific phases (avocado, lamb, lump crab meat, lobster, flounder, etc.). The only thing I miss is apple pie, and I can do without that for 28 days. ;>)

  • K. Herbrand - How would you feel if you lost 6 months of your life?

    Shauna awoke after being in a coma for six weeks to a nightmare that she would like to forget. She had no idea why or how she ended up in the hospital. Actually, she couldn't remember the last 6 months. She knew who she was, who her brother Rudy was, her dad Landan, "Uncle" Trent, even her evil stepmother Patrice. However, she did not know Wayne Spade, the guy who claimed to be her boyfriend. How could she have forgotten him?

    After Shauna is released from the hospital, Wayne offers to stay with her 24/7 to help her recuperate. He works for her Uncle Trent at her father's company, McAllister MediVista, so there isn't a problem with him getting some time off. She discovers that her brother Rudy is brain-damaged due to the accident that put her in the coma. The accident that they say she caused. She had been indicted while in the coma because they had found Ecstacy in her system, and in her car, and in her apartment. She couldn't EVER remember taking drugs in her life. How could this be happening to her?

    Rudy had been her father's favorite ever since he had married Patrice. She had been left for Patrice to raise and Patrice was every bit the wicked stepmother - even burning Shauna with an iron. But did her father believe her? No. He believed Patrice when she told him that Shauna just wanted to be the center of attention. This drove a wedge between Shauna and her dad, which is why she now calls him Landon.

    Soon, Shauna starts remembering things - but they don't seem to be her memories. Why is she remembering things that couldn't possibly have happened to her? And can she really trust Wayne or is he trying to kill her?

    The underlying theme in Kiss is that God will always love you and you don't need to fear. (Shauna keeps remembering her deceased mom telling her this.) What Shauna wants more than anything is for Landon to feel this way about her. We also get to see some family and romantic relationships develop and some family and romantic relationships fall apart. You will have to read to find out whose!