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A research conducted by Karabi Konar et al to calculate the proportion of children suffering from thalassemias and hemoglobinopathies amongst the patients of microcytic anemia and assessment of the clinical and hematological parameters of selected patients. Read more

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A review by Chitra et al  to analyse relation between Obesity and Type 2 diabetes is awarded 'Best Article' for Vol 10 issue 10 by IJCRR. Obesity is thought to be the primary cause of type 2 diabetes in people who are genetically predisposed to the disease. Diabetes mellitus type II  is a metabolic disorder that is characterized by hyperglycemia (high blood sugar) in the context of insulin resistance and relative lack of insulin. Read more
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A study by Karanpreet et al  conducted to evaluate and compare Renal, Hepatic and Coagulation profiles in normotensive pregnant females at 20 weeks or more gestaion and in cases of Pregnancy induced Hypertension at same gestation is given 'Best Article Award' for Vol 10 issue 09.
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A clinicopathological study by Manzoor et al was conducted at ASCOMS, Jammu has revealed that Ovarian carcinoma represents the sixth most common female cancer and the fourth leading cause of death due to cancers in women. Read more



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A study by Deepali et al analysed that Physiotherapy students had significantly lower Fear Avoidance Beliefs Questionnaire scores than nursing students [p≤ 0.05]. Hence, physiotherapy students have less negative beliefs towards low back pain than nursing students. Read more


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Parents play an important role in oral hygiene of their children starting from primary school.
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To compare whether somatostatin is as effective as H2 blockers to stop the bleeding, a study by Caglayan Geredeli was conducted in patients who were admitted to the Department of Internal Medicine of Dicle University. The study revealed that average time passed to stop the bleeding was 15 hours (6-24 hours) for the somatostatin group, whereas it was 34 hours (6-72 hours) for the H2 receptor blocker group.
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A study on 132 patients of Head and Neck cancer in South East Asia was conducted by Arifa Aziz et al. As per this study,  Head and neck cancers were observed to be more common in males 101 (76.5%) as compared to females 29 (22%). The commonest environmental factors causing head and neck cancer included various forms of smokeless tobacco including pan, mainpuri, supari and gutka. Out of 132 patients, 77 (58.3%) were using smokeless tobacco, 41(31.1%) were cigarette smokers and 6 (4.5%) were using alcohol. The commonest cause was found to be different forms of smokeless tobacco easily accessible to the public. Read more




191 Journal titles covered in Indian Citation Index are pending for evaluation by the Standing Committee. The list of pending journals for evaluation is available at https://www.ugc.ac.in/journallist/191_Journals.pdf
UGC removed 4305 journals from 'Master List' 
https://www.ugc.ac.in/journallist/4305_Journals.pdf
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A study conducted on 1000 students of class 8th, 9th, 10th of government and private schools of Udaipur city (Rajasthan) with prior consent and found that Girls (12.6%) were more overweight/obese, than boys (8.6%).
Majority (87.74%) of the study subjects belonged to nuclear family and rest from joint. Read more