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April-June  2015 |  Vol 59 |  Issue  2    RSS Feed Table of Contents
Editorial
  Food safety: A public health priority
  Safe and nutritious food in adequate amounts is required for the sustenance of life and the promotion of good health. However, food provides an environment for microbial growth and, when contaminated,...
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  Non-medical use of prescription drugs in Bangalore, India
  Background: Non-medical prescription drug use is an ongoing problem in India; however, there is paucity of literature in the Indian population. Objective: The objective of the present st...
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  Stress, anxiety, and depression among call handlers employed in international call centers in the national capital region of Delhi
  Background: Call handlers employed in call centers repeatedly undergo stress in their day-to-day lives and this can have deleterious effects on their health. Objectives: The objectives w...
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  Sodium intake prediction with health promotion model constructs in rural hypertensive patients
  Background: Hypertension is the most common cause of cardiovascular disease, and the growing epidemic is a serious warning to pay more attention to this disease. The aims of this study were to ...
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