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Nutritional status of adolescents in agrarian crises-affected area of maharashtra.
Control Group and Refusal Rate Critiques about Hepatitis C Virus Infection in HIV Positive Cases.
Association of overweight and obesity with breast cancer in India: scope for improvement.
Child Rearing Practices Amongst Brothel-based Commercial Sex Workers.
A study on consciousness of adolescent girls about their body image.
Perceived body image is an important potential predictor of nutritional status. Body image misconception during adolescence is unexplored field in Indian girls. To study the consciousness of adolescent girls about their body image. This multistage observational study was conducted on 586 adolescent...
Evaluation of work place stress in health university workers: a study from rural India.
Healthcare providers being over-worked and under staffed are prone to poor mental health. Unhealthy work place compounds it further. This study was aimed at to assess the mental health status of a medical university employee with special reference to work place stressors. A cross-sectional study was...
E-waste management: as a challenge to public health in India.
Community ophthalmology: revisited.
Cost-effectiveness of Childbirth Strategies for Prevention of Mother-to-child Transmission of HIV Among Mothers Receiving Nevirapine in Indi...
Mother-to-child transmission of HIV is an important mode of spread of HIV in India. With strategies like caesarian section and nevirapine therapy, this spread has been reduced. However, they have costs attached. In this context, this paper attempts to compare the cost-effectiveness of alternative ch...
Screening for hypertension among older adults: a primary care "high risk" approach.
Recommendations for early detection and management of elevated blood pressure through opportunistic clinic-based screening may be inadequate for the rural population in India as access to health facilities is limited. Sixteen Health Aides (trained primary care workers) were trained to measure blood...