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January-April 2021| Vol 2| Issue 1

Editorial

Health achieving societies: Past discourses, present predilections, and possible future contradictions

Economic growth is not an essential prelude to better health as some countries like Sri Lanka and the Indian state of Kerala have shown. Progressive social policies and investments in the social sec...


Original Article

Knowledge, perception, and myths about COVID-19: A study from AIIMS, New Delhi

Background: The COVID-19 pandemic has forced us to adapt to new habits, and to embrace a new normal. The authors wanted to conduct a study to gauge the public perception regarding the ongoing...


Original Article

Assessment of family welfare services with respect to couple-years of protection in a primary health center of Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh

Introduction: Program for family welfare or planning is one of the earliest health programs running in Independent India. Budget estimate of Family Welfare Schemes in India for the year 2019&...


Original Article

The role of familial characteristics on the nutritional status of preschool children: A comparative study on rural and urban children

Introduction: Nutritional status of underfive children is a proxy indicator for assessing the nutrition of the entire community and also the key predictor of child survival. While several stu...


Case Report

Prompt identification of loss of voice in a child can save a life, Guillian-Barre syndrome with vocal cord paralysis in a young boy

Guillain-Barré syndrome presenting as bilateral vocal cord paralysis is extremely rare in the paediatric age group. We report an unusual case of GBS in which the patient manifested loss of voic...


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ISSN - Print: 2772-3666, Online: 2772-3674

Journal of Public Health and Primary Care, a publication of Institute of Family Medicine and Primary Care, is a peer-reviewed print + online 3 Issues journal.

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