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   1991| January-March  | Volume 35 | Issue 1  
    Online since September 29, 2010

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Salinity tolerance of Gambusia affinis--a larvivorous fish.
KK Gupta, DP Achar, WP Thergaonkar, JD Yadav
January-March 1991, 35(1):19-20
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Family planning, immunisation and nutritional status of brick kiln workers in some areas of rural Punjab.
RK Sachar, J Verma, V Prakash, R Sehgal
January-March 1991, 35(1):21-2
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Assessment of knowledge and attitudes in human nutrition among nurses of Delhi.
U Kapil, S Manocha
January-March 1991, 35(1):12-5
The present study revealed that the majority of nurses had adequate knowledge about dietary practices during the antenatal and post-natal period. However, their knowledge about nutritive value of foods and nutrition advice during disease conditions was inadequate. It is recommended that to make the training more meaningful, the identification of the incorrect dietary beliefs of trainees should be done at the beginning of the training course. Each incorrect belief should be explained in detail for better comprehension of the correct knowledge in nutrition.
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An exploratory study on infant feeding and weaning practices of a Muslim community settled at Calcutta.
RN Chaudhuri, B Chatterjee
January-March 1991, 35(1):16-8
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Study of prevalence of chronic illness in a semiurban community in Pune Cantonment by household interview method.
GS Saiprasad, RP Varma
January-March 1991, 35(1):5-11
A household interview survey of 200 households in a semiurban community in Pune Cantonment carried out during 1979 revealed a prevalence rate (persons, 109/1000 of chronic illness. Prevalence rate (No. of illnesses) was 140/1000. Multiple illnesses were found among 23.5 percent of ill persons. The present survey has been found to bring out the nature and extent of the problem of chronic illness as perceived by the community and relationship of chronic illness to social factors. The information, can be useful for public health and further research.
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Immunisation status of under fives : completion of primary immunisation--an immunisation clinic base study.
SK Tripathi, AK Mandal, AK Khandelwal
January-March 1991, 35(1):23-23
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Drinking water supply and sanitation decade (1981-90)
AK Chakraborty
January-March 1991, 35(1):3-4
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