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January-February 2021

Vol 34 | Issue 1


Covid-19 Vaccines: Several technologies at work

Immunization is an important tool in our armamentarium for the prevention of infectious diseases, and morbidity and mortality associated with them. Immunization, through inoculation of material taken ...

Original Article

Text messaging improves diabetes-related knowledge of patients in India: A quasi-experimental study

Background. Diabetes-related health education promotes patient efficacy for diabetes self-management. However, sub-optimal knowledge of diabetes in people with diabetes is recognized as ...

Original Article

Mitigation of in-hospital risk of coronavirus disease 2019: Experience from a haematology–oncology and stem cell transplant setting

Background. Coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) was first described in December 2019 and has evolved into an ongoing global pandemic. Cancer patients on chemotherapy are immunocompromi...

Original Article

Relationship between sedentary time and central obesity in adult Korean men: Korean National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 2014

Background. We aimed to examine the association between sedentary time and central obesity in a nationally representative sample of adult Korean men. Methods. We include...

Original Article

Exploring the value of mindfulness for Saudi Arabian women mental health nurses

Background. Nurses engaged in mental health-related practice experience stress and burnout. We assessed the role of the practice of mindfulness in coping with these aspects of providing ...

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The National Medical Journal of India, a publication of All India Institute of Medical Sciences, is a peer-reviewed print and online journal. The journal’s full text is available online at http://www.nmji.in

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