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January-March  2020 |  Vol 64 |  Issue  1    RSS Feed Table of Contents
Editorial
  Disasters: Implications, mitigation, and preparedness
  “I always tried to turn every disaster into an opportunity” –John D. Rockefeller Disaster means a catastrophe, mishap, calamity, or grave occurrence in any area, arising from nat...
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  Factors affecting disclosure of HIV-positive serostatus among people living with HIV/AIDS attending an antiretroviral therapy center of Eastern India
  Background: HIV serostatus disclosure plays an important role in reducing the risk of HIV transmission. However, its negative effects may include rejection, assault, separation, divorce, stig...
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  Intravenous Iron sucrose and change in hemoglobin, ferritin, and oxidative stress markers among moderately anemic pregnant women attending a secondary care level Hospital in Northern India
  Background: Intravenous iron is associated with oxidative stress, and very few studies have assessed change in oxidative stress markers post infusion. Objectives: The study aimed to me...
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  Challenges encountered in community-based physiotherapy interventions for urinary incontinence among women in rural areas of Anand District of Gujarat, India
  Background: It is necessary to understand the way women think about their health. There is a “culture of silence” among women regarding urinary incontinence (UI). Physiotherapy is...
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