Childhood tuberculosis (TB) is a common clinical condition in low- and middle-income nations like India where TB is endemic. Different… Read more Is intermittent short-course anti-TB regimen as efficient and safe as daily anti-TB regimen for treating childhood TB?
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Misuse and misinterpretation of subgroup analysis
A transparent and evidence-based priority-setting process promotes the optimal use of resources to improve health outcomes. Decision-makers and funders have… Read more Ethics and equity in research priority-setting: stakeholder engagement and the needs of disadvantaged groups
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Physical inactivity at work has increased in recent years throughout the world. With the advancement in technology (computers, mobiles) and… Read more Is sitting the new smoking : Workplace interventions for reducing sitting time at work
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