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November-December 2018 | Vol 7 | Issue 6

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War and peace: Is our world serious about achieving Sustainable Development Goals by 2030?
Only 12 years are left to achieve Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030. However, the 2018 Global Peace Index revealed that global peacefulness declined for the fourth straight year, with the...
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AFPI Position Paper
Rural Health Scenario – Role of family medicine: Academy of Family Physicians of India Position Paper
Half the world's people currently live in rural and remote areas. About 70% of the world's 1.4 billion people who are extremely poor live in rural areas. The problem is that the majority...
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Commentary
Measles is in the news yet again
The purpose of this article is to communicate a sense of urgency to healthcare providers, particularly those in the United States, to not take recent news reports of new outbreaks of measles in some...
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Commentary
Historical perspectives on prevention paradox: When the population moves as a whole
Rose's Strategy of Preventive Medicine is critical reading for students and teachers in public health as well as practitioners of family and preventive medicine. In his classic, Geoffrey ...
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Commentary
Gestational diabetes mellitus 2018 guidelines: An update
Gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) has emerged as a global public health problem, both globally and in India. Despite government of India (GoI) prior mandate to screen all Indian pregnant women for...
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