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 ISSN: 0970-2113

 April-June 2014 |
 Vol 31 |
 Issue  2

 

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Editorial
Fish smoking and COPD: A fishy affair
Sundeep Salvi, Bill Brashier
An estimated 115 million tons of fish are harvested as human food from the seas, oceans, lakes, and rivers every year globally; [1] making it the largest extractive use of wildlife by humans on this p...
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Editorial
Unusual sojourn of not-so-unusual pathogens
Bharat Bhushan Sharma
In our day-to-day clinical practice, we are likely to come across a condition where the diagnosis of a patient is challenging. We are not supposed to be an ideal diagnostician, but our main responsibi...
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The relationship between lung function and indoor air pollution among rural women in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria
Victor Aniedi Umoh, Etete Peters
Background: Burning of biomass is widely used by the rural poor for energy generation. Long term exposure to biomass smoke is believed to affect lung function and cause respiratory symptoms.
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