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April-June  2019 |  Vol 63 |  Issue  2    RSS Feed Table of Contents
Editorial
  Silent drivers of childhood obesity in India
  A global problem that is unevenly distributed between and within regions is likely to have a complex web of causation. The ongoing pandemic of obesity, especially that of childhood obesity, has emer...
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  Why tuberculosis patients under revised national tuberculosis control programme delay in health-care seeking? A mixed-methods research from Wardha District, Maharashtra
  Background: Timely treatment of tuberculosis is imperative for its control. This can get delayed due to delay in care seeking, diagnosis or treatment initiation. Objectives: The study ...
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  Concordance between two versions of world health organization/international society of hypertension risk prediction chart and framingham risk score among postmenopausal women in a rural area of Bangladesh
  Background: Prevention of cardiovascular disease (CVD) among postmenopausal women with limited resource is a great challenge for a country like Bangladesh. Objectives: This study aimed...
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  Burden of dengue in Kerala using disability-adjusted life years from 2006 to 2016
  Background: State-specific disability-adjusted life years (DALYs) are seldom calculated. Understanding the health and disease trends in groups of states is useful for finding the heterogeneit...
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