September-December 2018| Vol 8| Issue 3
Dear stress, let's break up…
Gone are the days when LIFE was something to be lived, today LIFE is something to be stressed about. If stress could burn calories, we all would be supermodels!!!
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DNA vaccine: Methods and mechanisms
Infectious diseases are the biggest cause of mortality and morbidity in humans, especially in poor and developing countries. For many years, no new vaccine has been developed, which indicates the li...
Comparison of haemodynamic parameters and recovery characteristics between sevoflurane and desflurane in patients undergoing day-care surgical procedure
Background: Smooth and rapid induction, optimal operating conditions and rapid recovery with minimal side effects such as nausea, vomiting, bleeding and post-operative pain are the characteri...
Spatio-Temporal analysis of brucellosis in Hamadan Province, West of Iran: 2009–2015
Background: Regarding the geographical variations of the disease and recent changes of ecosystems, this study aimed to investigate the geographic patterns and trends of human brucellosis in H...
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Role of chronobiology in determining the distribution of non-communicable diseases across geographies-thinking beyond diet
Background: Over the last few years, it is being realised that the increasing burden of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) may be linked to some macro-level determinants...
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