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July-September 2022| Vol 10| Issue 3

Original Article

Knowledge, attitude, and practices related to reproductive and sexual health among adolescent girls in a rural community of Telangana

Background: The majority of adolescents lack basic knowledge about puberty, growth during puberty, safe sex, and hygiene. Unawareness about safe sex and protection and contraceptives may incr...


Original Article

Effect of Malaria on Biochemical and Hematological Parameters: A Hospital-based Case–Control Study

Background: Alterations in biochemical and hematological are found to be dependent on type of parasite of malaria, endemicity of the area, various demographic factors, and nutritional status ...


Original Article

Acute kidney injury: A potential mortality indicator in the second wave of COVID-19 pandemic in India

Background: Coronavirus disease-2019 (COVID-19) has protean clinical presentation, influencing almost every organ. The number of COVID-19 patients with acute kidney injury (AKI) is expanding,...


Letter To Editor

Conducting human research during and after covid-19 pandemic: The need of the hour

Dear Editor, The impact of COVID-19 is worldwide in all the fields. Research field is maximum effected by the pandemic. There was a drastic change in the research topics and every scientist in the ...


Letter To Editor

Epidemiological study of Vitamin D deficiency among Libyan patients

Sir, In January–March 2022 issue of the MRIMS Journal of Health Sciences, Atia and Arhoma[1] studied the prevalence of Vitamin D (VD) deficiency among Libyan patients. They found that the mea...


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ISSN - Print: 2321-7006, Online: 2321-7294

MRIMS Journal of Health Sciences, a publication of Chandramma Education Society, is a peer-reviewed print + online Quarterly journal.

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