Risk Assessment of Type II Diabetes using Indian Diabetic Risk Score in Andhra Pradesh, India: A Cross-sectional Study LC01-LC05
A Cross-sectional Study on Body Image Perception and Self-Esteem among Adolescent Girls in Urban and Rural Areas of Kolkata, West Bengal, India LC11-LC14
Big Five Personality Domains and their Impact on Problematic Mobile Phone Use among Medical Students in a Rural Tertiary Care Centre in Tamil Nadu India: A Cross-sectional Study LC15-LC19
Prevalence of Diabetes Mellitus and its Associated Risk Factors among Tuberculosis Patients in Sonipat District, Haryana: A Cross-sectional Study LC20-LC25
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