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May-August 2020| Vol 10| Issue 2


Can excessive dietary phosphate intake influence oral diseases?

[INLINE:1] Deficiency of most of the nutrients and minerals, for example, calcium, magnesium and iron, including vitamins, usually leads to various cellular, tissue and organ damages in healthy ind...

Review Article

Empathy in medical education: Can 'kindness' be taught, learned and assessed?

Empathy is considered a core element of professionalism in medicine in the era of patient-centred care. Physicians with higher levels of empathy have greater clinical competence and deliver improved...

Review Article

Disability brief in single chapter and bangladesh perspectives: A rapid overview

Disability is a complex issue. The concept of disability evolves over time from a charity to the right-based approach. It is a tremendous public health concern worldwide. We cannot achieve Sustainab...

Review Article

ATM and ATR checkpoint kinase pathways: A concise review

The ataxia-telangiectasia-mutated (ATM) and ataxia-telangiectasia-mutated and Rad3-related (ATR) DNA damage repair pathways serve as the surveillance system which keeps a check on different types of...

Original Article

The relationship between mental health of elderly people with their disabilities on global scale world health organization disability assessment schedule II and general health questionnaire

Introduction: Disability is an indicator for the measurement of health status in the elderly, and various researches have shown that the disability has an inverse effect on the quality of the...

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