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April-June  2018 |  Vol 62 |  Issue  2    RSS Feed Table of Contents
Editorial
  Menstrual hygiene management in India: The concerns
  Introduction Menstruation is a normal physiological phenomenon that women and adolescent girls experience every month. Ability to manage menstruation hygienically is fundamental to t...
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  Block-wise comprehensive health index in Gadchiroli: A tribal district in Maharashtra
  Background: The National Health Mission expects bottom-up approach for preparing Project Implementation Plan and also expects special attention toward tribal areas. Some district-level health...
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Original Article
  Dynamics in child undernutrition in Bangladesh: Evidence from nationally representative surveys between 1997 and 2014
  Background: Bangladesh has been struggling to reduce the prevalence of childhood undernutrition, which impedes physical and mental capability and accelerates morbidity and mortality. Objec...
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  A study on prevalence of depression and associated risk factors among elderly in a rural block of Tamil Nadu
  Background: Depression among elderly is an important public health problem responsible for considerable morbidity and disability. Causes of depression are multifactorial and often preventable...
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