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Journal of Natural Science, Biology and Medicine

Journal of Natural Science, Biology and Medicine (J Nat Sc Biol Med) http://www.jnsbm.org [ISSN: Print -0976-9668, Online - 2229-7707] – An official publication of Society of Science, Biology and Medicine (www.scibiolmed.org) –considers the following types of original contribution for peer review and publication: Research articles, Review articles, Letters to editor, Brief communications, Case reports, Book reviews, Technological reports, and Opinion articles. It is published Semiannual and serves the need of scientific and non-scientific personals involved/interested in Natural Science (Physics, Chemistry, Electronics, Mathematics, Astronomy, Oceanography, Engineering),

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January-June 2015 | Vol 6 | Issue  1
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Need for evidence-based practice at grass root level to improve child health and development
Ganesh Kumar, Arun H. S. Kumar
Currently, India has a population of over 1.2 billion with children's in the age group of 0-14 years comprising one-third of the total population. [1] Child health should be of immense priority for an...
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Research Article: Child Health Mini-Series
Prevalence of acute respiratory infection among under-five children in urban and rural areas of puducherry, India
S Ganesh Kumar, Anindo Majumdar, Veera Kumar, Bijay Nanda Naik, Kalaiselvi Selvaraj, Karthik Balajee
Introduction: The incidence of Acute respiratory infections (ARI) is high among under-five children, especially in developing countries. However, the data on ARI from rural and urban areas in I...
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Research Article: Child Health Mini-Series
Discrimination against differently abled children among rural communities in India: Need for action
N Janardhana, D Muralidhar, DM Naidu, Guru Raghevendra
Background: Persons with disabilities comprise at least 4 to 8 percent of the Indian population. Children with disabilities in India are subject to multiple deprivations and limited opportuniti...
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