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Indian Journal of Public Health

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July-September  2021 |  Vol 65 |  Issue  3    RSS Feed Table of Contents
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  SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) and the lessons learned from global pandemic
  The COVID-19 pandemic has had profound health, economic, educational, and social implications globally. As of August 20, 2021, the WHO has reported just under 210 million cases and more than 4.4 mil...
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  Exploration of dietary diversity and its associated factors among infant and young children in Rural Tamil Nadu – A mixed-method study
  Background: A child receiving an acceptable diet is expected to reach the optimal anthropometric measures. More than 60% of dietary requirement has to be met through complimentary diet. <...
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  Pulmonary function parameters and its determinants among cement factory workers in Chhattisgarh: A cross-sectional study
  Background: Cement in one hand is the most used substance for construction all over the world but on the other hand prolonged exposure from cement dust particles along with smoking, long work...
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  Health insurance coverage and its determinants among middle-income households in Urban Puducherry: A mixed methods study
  Background: In India, there exists public health insurance for government employees and poor people. However, the middle-income households (MIHs) remain neglected. Objectives: The stud...
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