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October-December  2018 |  Vol 62 |  Issue  4    RSS Feed Table of Contents
Editorial
  Spiritual health: Need for its mainstreaming in health-care delivery in India
  The World Health Organization (WHO) defines health as “a state of complete physical, social and mental well being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.”[1] Although not inc...
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  Vaccine hesitancy for childhood vaccinations in slum areas of Siliguri, India
  Background: Despite evidence regarding the beneficial effects of vaccines, vaccination uptake has not been up to the mark across the globe in various sociocultural and sociodemographic groups...
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  Assessment of health management information system for monitoring of maternal health in Jaleswar Block of Balasore District, Odisha, India
  Background: In 2005, the Government of India implemented the National Rural Health Mission for reduction of maternal mortality. One of the major impediments in improving maternal health since...
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  Risk behaviors contributing to recent serious unintentional injuries among school-going adolescent boys in Kolkata: Application of zero-inflated count model
  Background: Unintentional injuries have become a major noncommunicable disease burden, especially among the adolescents. Objective: The current study was conducted to estimate the effe...
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