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    Polyclinic and Research Center Top Rated
    The Clinic regularly needs volunteer doctors, dentists, nurses and therapists from abroad who work along with the full-time Nepalese staff, offering their skills free of charge to the people using the Clinic. The Clinic needs fund provider volunteers to help to cover the general running costs, buy medicines and equipment, as well as to continue financing educational healthcare activities in the local community.

    We always welcome and looking partnership programs/ individual or organization work with Anamnagar Polyclinic and Research Center. Located in Kathmandu, Nepal. - 19-Feb-2005 - Hits: 140 - Rate This | Details
    The Center for Hyperhidrosis
    Hyperhidrosis, or excessive sweating, is an often misunderstood condition. Many suffer embarassment needlessly, because they are unaware that this is a disease, and that there is a cure available. Learn more about this disorder, symptoms and treatment options from leading surgeon Dr. Reisfeld, from the Center for Hyperhidrosis. - 17-Sep-2002 - Hits: 340 - Rate This | Details
    The Lost Soul Companion Project Top Rated
    The Lost Soul Companion Project offers comfort and constructive advice for black sheep, square pegs, struggling artists, and other free spirits. The interactive bulletin board has become a vital gathering place for artists, musicians, writers, and lost as well as not-so-lost souls. Excerpts from _The Lost Soul Companion_ book, free monthly newsletter, and extensive discussion of suicide, depression, creativity, happiness, and much more are also available here. - 20-Nov-2001 - Hits: 466 - Rate This | Details
    WICHE Mental Health Program
    The Mental Health Program at the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE) was established in 1955. The mission of the program is twofold: 1) to assist states in improving systems of care for mental health consumers and their families; and 2) to advance the preparation of a qualified mental health workforce in the West. The program collaborates with states to meet the challenges of changing environments through regional research and evaluation, policy analysis, program development, technical assistance, and information sharing. The focus of the program is rural behavioral health. - 19-Dec-2005 - Hits: 120 - Rate This | Details