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Indian Journal of Public Health

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October-December  2020 |  Vol 64 |  Issue  4    RSS Feed Table of Contents
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  Inequality in health and social status for women in India – A long-standing bane
  Over the years, women in India have been victims of extreme social, cultural, and developmental adaptations. In the ancient period, many women across various Indian States were compulsorily made to ...
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  Determinants of opioid use among adult males in Myanmar: A case-control study
  Background: Opioid abuse affects not only user's health but also productivity, security, and health-care costs. Better understanding about the risk factors of opioid use is in need in Mya...
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  Prevalence and risk factors of soil-transmitted helminth infections in school age children (6–14 years) – A cross-sectional study in an urban resettlement colony of Delhi
  Background: Soil-transmitted helminth (STH) infections have adverse physical and mental effect, especially in preschool (3–6 years) and school-age children (6–14 years). They are ...
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  Evaluation of pattern of bacterial contamination of outpatient department table surfaces in relation to cleaning and disinfection practices in a tertiary care hospital in Ahmedabad
  Background: Outpatient department (OPD) table surfaces frequently touched by patients and health-care workers in hospitals harbor potential pathogens and may act as source of infectious agent...
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