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Girls faint en masse in Nepali school, teaching halted

 
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Teaching and learning activities have been halted in a hilly district of western Nepal after several girls started falling unconscious daily.

It is already a couple of months since the problem started, at the Lokaraj Adarsha High School located at Karkidanda, Lamjung, some 110 km west of Kathmandu. Till Monday, more than three dozen girls from nursery to grade 10 have fallen unconscious, local newspaper The Rising Nepal reported on Monday.

The problem, however, has not affected the boys, according to the report.

Pratap Raj Silwal, a teacher of the school, said that when a student loses her consciousness, all others have to take care of her. "As teachers and students gather to help the patient, this creates disturbances in all the classrooms," he said.

He said that the students feel dizzy and then fall unconscious. "They also cry and shout and claim that they are affected by witchcraft. They even assault those who come to help them," he added.

According to him, they look normal after they are free from the problem.

Chandra Bahadur Basnet, headmaster of the school, said that even doctors have not found any problem while checking up such patients.

According to the suggestions of guardians, the school management has also conducted prayers and performed various religious activities in the school premises. Even the classrooms of Grade 9 and 10 were changed after the problem was seen among students.

Some of the students who have suffered from the health problem have undergone medical tests at hospitals.

"The doctor's report says I don't have any health-related problem, but I fell unconscious even after I returned from the hospital," said Anupama Bhandari, a student of the school.

Suk Bahadru Gurung, a local, said that his two daughters stopped going to school after they became ill.

Since last week, a witchdoctor has been staying in the school premises for the treatment of the sick students.

"As the doctors' efforts have become futile, I have come here to help the students," said Som Bhandari, the witchdoctor.

He does not charge any fee for his service, according to the report.

source - [link to english.people.com.cn]
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Re: Girls faint en masse in Nepali school, teaching halted
Maybe they just swooned after seeing a life-sized picture of Obama...


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Re: Girls faint en masse in Nepali school, teaching halted
Mass induced hysteria?
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I read it twice but tired & may have missed it.. but i wonder if this is only happening to the girls while @ school
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Maybe they just swooned after seeing a life-sized picture of Obama...


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thats what I thought.
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Mass induced hysteria?
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this is the usual cause of such events.
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looks like the girls found out a way to get out of tests and quizzes
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Re: Girls faint en masse in Nepali school, teaching halted
Teaching and learning activities have been halted in a hilly district of western Nepal after several girls started falling unconscious daily.

It is already a couple of months since the problem started, at the Lokaraj Adarsha High School located at Karkidanda, Lamjung, some 110 km west of Kathmandu. Till Monday, more than three dozen girls from nursery to grade 10 have fallen unconscious, local newspaper The Rising Nepal reported on Monday.

The problem, however, has not affected the boys, according to the report.

Pratap Raj Silwal, a teacher of the school, said that when a student loses her consciousness, all others have to take care of her. "As teachers and students gather to help the patient, this creates disturbances in all the classrooms," he said.

He said that the students feel dizzy and then fall unconscious. "They also cry and shout and claim that they are affected by witchcraft. They even assault those who come to help them," he added.

According to him, they look normal after they are free from the problem.

Chandra Bahadur Basnet, headmaster of the school, said that even doctors have not found any problem while checking up such patients.

According to the suggestions of guardians, the school management has also conducted prayers and performed various religious activities in the school premises. Even the classrooms of Grade 9 and 10 were changed after the problem was seen among students.

Some of the students who have suffered from the health problem have undergone medical tests at hospitals.

"The doctor's report says I don't have any health-related problem, but I fell unconscious even after I returned from the hospital," said Anupama Bhandari, a student of the school.

Suk Bahadru Gurung, a local, said that his two daughters stopped going to school after they became ill.

Since last week, a witchdoctor has been staying in the school premises for the treatment of the sick students.

"As the doctors' efforts have become futile, I have come here to help the students," said Som Bhandari, the witchdoctor.

He does not charge any fee for his service, according to the report.

source - [link to english.people.com.cn]
 Quoting: Xinhua 482858



Sounds very much like oxygen deprivation symptoms. How high an elevation are they at? The oxygen is supposed to be at 28% but it has dropped world wide to 18%, and 17% is fainting, interestingly enough ADD and ADH as well as memory loss. 16.5% is death. Higher elevations notice it first and of course biology-it has a history of affecting females first. That had something to do with lung mass.
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looks like the girls found out a way to get out of tests and quizzes
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ignorance is bliss...
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looks like the girls found out a way to get out of tests and quizzes
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bingo
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Re: Girls faint en masse in Nepali school, teaching halted
Teaching and learning activities have been halted in a hilly district of western Nepal after several girls started falling unconscious daily.

It is already a couple of months since the problem started, at the Lokaraj Adarsha High School located at Karkidanda, Lamjung, some 110 km west of Kathmandu. Till Monday, more than three dozen girls from nursery to grade 10 have fallen unconscious, local newspaper The Rising Nepal reported on Monday.

The problem, however, has not affected the boys, according to the report.

Pratap Raj Silwal, a teacher of the school, said that when a student loses her consciousness, all others have to take care of her. "As teachers and students gather to help the patient, this creates disturbances in all the classrooms," he said.

He said that the students feel dizzy and then fall unconscious. "They also cry and shout and claim that they are affected by witchcraft. They even assault those who come to help them," he added.

According to him, they look normal after they are free from the problem.

Chandra Bahadur Basnet, headmaster of the school, said that even doctors have not found any problem while checking up such patients.

According to the suggestions of guardians, the school management has also conducted prayers and performed various religious activities in the school premises. Even the classrooms of Grade 9 and 10 were changed after the problem was seen among students.

Some of the students who have suffered from the health problem have undergone medical tests at hospitals.

"The doctor's report says I don't have any health-related problem, but I fell unconscious even after I returned from the hospital," said Anupama Bhandari, a student of the school.

Suk Bahadru Gurung, a local, said that his two daughters stopped going to school after they became ill.

Since last week, a witchdoctor has been staying in the school premises for the treatment of the sick students.

"As the doctors' efforts have become futile, I have come here to help the students," said Som Bhandari, the witchdoctor.

He does not charge any fee for his service, according to the report.

source - [link to english.people.com.cn]



Sounds very much like oxygen deprivation symptoms. How high an elevation are they at? The oxygen is supposed to be at 28% but it has dropped world wide to 18%, and 17% is fainting, interestingly enough ADD and ADH as well as memory loss. 16.5% is death. Higher elevations notice it first and of course biology-it has a history of affecting females first. That had something to do with lung mass.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 626224

hard to say what it comes from, but these kids live at this elevation all their lives. It would be wrong to say that it comes from oxygen deprivation as they are at their home elevation. Look to other sources as well as disinfo as it's their own home turf. Look to other sources. I'm not saying it's not happening, but keep digging as this doesn't have a surface answer...
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Re: Girls faint en masse in Nepali school, teaching halted
looks like the girls found out a way to get out of tests and quizzes
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Exactly, or they found a new way to get attention. Reminds me of the Crucible. One girl yells witch, then the rest of them do.
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What a perfect excuse for the medical industry to pick up on and promote HPV innoculations ..$$$
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damn chemtrails again!
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Mass induced hysteria?


this is the usual cause of such events.
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