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   2001| October-December  | Volume 45 | Issue 4  
    Online since September 29, 2010

 
 
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Risk factors of diarrhoea among flood victims : a controlled epidemiological study.
NC Mondal, R Biswas, A Manna
October-December 2001, 45(4):122-7
PMID:11917333
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Nutritional status of adolescent girls of a slum community of Varanasi.
N Singh, CP Mishra
October-December 2001, 45(4):128-34
PMID:11917334
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Coverage of Maternal Care Services in the state of West Bengal.
RN Sinha, S Dasgupta, D Pal, NK Mondal, PR Karmakar, B Baur, AK Mandal
October-December 2001, 45(4):116-21
PMID:11917332
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Hepatitis B viral infection amongst hospital personnel in Calcutta.
S Bhattacharya, BS Dalal, I Bhattacharya, A Lahiri
October-December 2001, 45(4):135-6
PMID:11917335
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Promoting health, changing behaviour--issues and challenges.
M Dobe, A Mandal
October-December 2001, 45(4):107-9
PMID:11917330
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Study of interspouse communication and adoption of family planning and immunization services in a rural block of Varanasi District.
VM Gupta, R Jain, P Sen
October-December 2001, 45(4):110-5
PMID:11917331
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