South East Asia Journal of Public Health

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South East Asia Journal of Public Health

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3329/seajph.v1i1.13205South East Asia Journal of Public Health 2011:1(1) 1-3

The World Health Statistics 2011 compiles the health and related data of its member states including a summary of the progress made towards achieving the health-related Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and associated targets. This analysis…

This was a descriptive type of cross-sectional study conducted in October, 2010, in three villages of Shahjadpur Upazila of Sirajganj district in Bangladesh. Among the rural households, those who visited medical practitioners in the last three…

Bangladesh has made significant progress in many of its social development indicators particularly in health; however, a vast portion of its people still does not use health care services from medically trained providers. An attempt has been made in…

In Bangladesh, the prevalence of low birth weight is unacceptably high. A cross sectional descriptive study was carried out during the period of June to September 2009 among the mothers whose babies were born in Bangladesh Medical College, a tertiary…

Being the fourth most populated state of India, West Bengal has a population of about 82 million, of which a major percentage is represented by coastal fishing communities who are habituated to do a physically demanding occupation which may have a…

Abnormal vaginal discharge is a common symptom of genital infection in women. The aim of the present study was to evaluate the various causes of vaginal discharge in sexually active females. A cross-sectional study was undertaken among women aged 15…

Adolescence is a transitional period and an important stage in an individual's life. Adolescents are at risk of adverse reproductive health outcomes such as unplanned or unwanted pregnancy, unsafe abortions, maternal health complications, and…

Health System Responsiveness (HSR) has been described by the World Health Organization (WHO) as how health systems meet non-medical expectations of its service seekers. It is a multi-domain concept where assessment of responsiveness is made by…

Population based studies on hypertension from rural Bihar have not been reported earlier. We conducted a study to find the prevalence and the risk factors of hypertension in a rural adult population. In this cross-sectional community based study,…
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