Raghavendra Madhu

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India is the second largest producer and third largest consumer of tobacco. According to GATS India Report (2009-10), the users of only smokeless tobacco (SLT) are more than double than that of smokers. SLT use is an imminent public health problem, which is contributing to high disease burden in India. It is a "unique" tobacco product due to its(More)
Chhattisgarh has abundant herbal resources and a parallel AYUSH public health system. AYUSH health camps are conducted regularly in rural areas of the State by public and social sectors. The study aims to advocate the gravity of policy issues involved in AYUSH practices at health camps. A cross-sectional study was conducted in Pendra block of Bilaspur(More)
The clinical and empirical health benefits of yoga and pranayam have been reiterated through research. Yoga is being adopted as a system to alleviate the burden of noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) across the globe. The Directorate of AYUSH, Government of Chhattisgarh (DoA, GoCG) conducts annual 5-day-yoga camp across 146 Ayurvedgrams in the State. The(More)
Recommendation system provides information about the arrival and importance of a newly released movie to their registered user. The pursuit of the users is analyzed from their past history. In this paper, a recommendation system is proposed to recommend rating of the movie to the users. The learning phase of the system takes in the user particulars about(More)
Child deaths due to the insidious malnutrition epidemic are a seminal challenge to human security in low and middle-income countries. In addition to hunger interfering with human potential, poor nutritional status leads to long-term health inequalities and disabling conditions. Reducing child mortality is one of the Millennium Developmental Goals, and one(More)
We would like to admit that if we were purists, it would prove to be a difficult task to choose between the terms “epidemic” and “hyperendemic” to describe the current alarming situation of increased incidence as well as the prevalence of superficial dermatophytosis in India. For both terms, it would be essential to have comparative epidemiological data of(More)
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