Share This Author
Role of Socio-Demographics in Segmenting and Profiling Green Consumers
Abstract Though green consumerism is on the rise, not all the consumers are equally green. To be able to more effectively market green products and ideas, marketers need to segment their market and…
Green Marketing: An Attitudinal and Behavioural Analysis of Indian Consumers
Environmentalism has fast emerged as a worldwide phenomenon. Business firms too have risen to the occasion and have started responding to environmental challenges by practising green marketing…
Morbidity profile of noncommunicable diseases among elderly in a city in North India
Pseudo tumoral laryngeal tuberculosis.
An 11-year-old female child presented with high grade intermittent fever and cough for a duration of 6-7 months and hoarseness of voice for 6 months and improved remarkably with anti-tubercular therapy.
Past, present, and future of iodine deficiency disorders in India: Need to look outside the blinkers
- G. Kaur, T. Anand, N. Bhatnagar, Abhimanyu Kumar, D. Jha, S. Grover
- MedicineJournal of family medicine and primary care
- 1 April 2017
An attempt to critically examine the National Iodine Deficiency Disorder Control Program since inception in India and questions the strategy and achievements till date.
Autonomic Functions in Postmenopausal Women
The findings show that the changes in sex hormone levels, after menopause may affect the autonomic system response, with increase in reactivity of both sympathetic and parasympathetic systems.
Prevalence of Psychiatric Morbidity in Females amongst Infertile Couples- A Hospital Based Report.
- Pragati Sethi, Arvind Sharma, L. Goyal, G. Kaur
- Medicine, PsychologyJournal of clinical and diagnostic research…
- 1 July 2016
Psychiatric morbidity was higher among female partners than male partners and the difference was statistically significant and the situation needs further workup.
Integrating screening for non-communicable diseases and their risk factors in routine tuberculosis care in Delhi, India: A mixed-methods study
Integrating screening for NCDs and their risk factors in the existing TB programme produces high yield and it is feasible and acceptable by patients and health providers provided the challenges are overcome.
A STUDY OF DENTAL CARIES AMONG SCHOOL CHILDREN IN RURAL AREA OF JAMMU
The incidence of caries in industrialized countries in the past two decades has declined by 35-50% in most industrialized countries, but in India the incidence has gone up from 40% to around 80% during past four decades.
Pediatric Risk of Mortality III Score – Predictor of Mortality and Hospital Stay in Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
PRISM III score has excellent capacity to discriminate between survival and mortality and can be used to predict LOS among survivors.