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Issue-5

A Study to Estimate the Prevalence of Occupational Exposure to Blood and Body Fluids Among the Health Care Workers in a Teaching Hospital Attached to Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute (BMCRI), Bangalore,2019;10(5):252-255

Author:Shibi Selladurai, Nimra Shireen

Keywords:blood and body fluids, health care workers, occupational exposure, hepatitis B virus, Human immuno-deficiency virus

Type:Original Article

Study of Cognitive Impairment and Existing Co-Morbidities Observed Among Geriatric Population in an Urban Slum,2019;10(5):256-261

Author:Pallavi S Shelke, Rupali R Rajput, Darshana R Kolte

Keywords:Cognitive impairment, Dementia, co-morbidities

Type:Original Article

To Know the Prevalence and Risk Factors of Isolated Systolic Hypertension Among Adults Aged 30 Years and Above in Davangere Taluk,2019;10(5):262-267

Author:Anurupa MS, Rashmi R, Shubha DB

Keywords:Age, Isolated systolic hypertension, risk factors

Type:Original Article

Dietary Practices, Junk Food Consumption and Overweight Among Adolescents in Schools of Urban Slums, Bengaluru,2019;10(5):268-273

Author:Vanitha B, Ramakrishna Reddy, Ranganath TS, Vishwanatha

Keywords:Knowledge, Attitude, Practice, Junk foods

Type:Original Article

An Intervention Study on The Knowledge and Training Needs of Disaster Medicine Among Medical Students in Puducherry,2019;10(5):274-278

Author:Devi Kittu, Lalithambigai Chellamuthu, Aishwarya Sivasoupramanian

Keywords:Disaster management, Medical stu-dents, Costal area, Intervention study, Demand survey

Type:Original Article

"Infant and Young Child Feeding Practices: A Cross-Sectional Study Amongst Mothers in The Urban Field Practice Area of Navodaya Medical College, Raichur",2019;10(5):279-284

Author:Kusuma Achalkar, Bheemayya Badesab

Keywords:Infant and young child feeding; Exclusive breastfeeding; Comple-mentary feeding; Minimum Diet Diversity; Minimum Meal Frequen-cy

Type:Original Article

Selfie: A Rising Culture. Assessment of Selfitis And Its Relation with Self-Esteem Among Medical and Nursing Students: A Cross-Sectional Study,2019;10(5):285-289

Author:Raghavendra Nagaraju, Lokesh K Chikkegowda

Keywords:Selfitis, Self-esteem, medical stu-dents, nursing students, Selfitis Be-haviour Scale, Rosenberg Self Es-teem Scale

Type:Original Article