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Epidemiological Factors Affecting Low Birth Weight
Birth weight is a reliable index of intra uterine growth retardation (IUGR) and a major factor determining child survival, future physical growth and mental development (1). A multifactorialExpand
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PRACTICES OF MENSTRUAL HYGIENE AMONG ADOLESCENT GIRLS IN A DISTRICT OF UTTARAKHAND
Context: Adolescence in girls signifies the transition from girlhood to womanhood. Good menstrual hygiene is crucial for the health, education, and dignity of girls and women. This is an importantExpand
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MENSTRUAL HYGIENE PRACTICES AND RTI AMONG EVER-MARRIED WOMEN IN RURAL SLUM
Background:Considering huge burden of RTI across community based study settings- either iatrogenic or endogenous and not necessarily sexually transmitted, menstrual hygiene practices by reproductiveExpand
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SOCIAL ASPECTS OF MENSTRUATION RELATED PRACTICES IN ADOLESCENT GIRLS OF DISTRICT DEHRADUN
Context: Menstrual hygiene is an issue that every girl and woman has to deal with in her life, but there is lack of awareness on the process of menstruation. The taboos surrounding this issue in theExpand
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ORAL HEALTH: KNOWLEDGE AND PRACTICES IN RURAL COMMUNITY
Background: Good oral health is a key for ensuring overall well-being. Dental caries and periodontitis may also be linked to different systemic diseases. Good oral health practices are the clue forExpand
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STUDY OF ANEMIA IN ADOLESCENT SCHOOL GIRLS OF BHOPAL
Background: Iron-deficiency anemia is the most common form of malnutrition, early intervention during adolescence (girls) can prevent high morbidity and mortality of these future mothers. Objectives:Expand
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PREVALENCE OF RISK-FACTORS OF NON-COMMUNICABLE DISEASES IN RURAL POPULATION OF BLOCK DOIWALA DEHRADUN
Background: The important risk factors identified for NCDs are high blood pressure, high concentration of cholesterol in the blood, overweight and obesity and tobacco use . Non-communicable diseasesExpand
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Health status of children under school health services in Doiwala Block, Dehradun
Background -The introduction of school health services in India dates back to 1909, when school children in the city of Baroda were given the first medical examination. School Health programmeExpand
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AWARENESS ABOUT TOBACCO USE AMONG MEDICAL STUDENTS OF UTTARAKHAND
Background: Worldwide tobacco is the second most common cause of death. It is the biggest enemy of public health, still people smoke knowing well the consequences. In addition to the high publicExpand
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