ISLAMABAD -- Health experts on Thursday said that appropriate feeding during 6-23 months of age reduces under nutrition, childhood illnesses and mortality especially in resource poor settings.
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ISLAMABAD -- Health experts were ominous in opinion on Sunday that appropriate feeding during 6-23 months of age reduces under nutrition, childhood illnesses and mortality especially in resource poor settings.
Treatment of cerebral toxoplasmosis in HIV infected individuals in resource poor settings.
National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD), Drug Prevents PostPartum Hemorrhage in Resource Poor Settings, October 5, 2006 To read the full text of this article, click here: http://www.
Cervical cancer screening strategies that incorporate visual inspection of the cervix together with acetic acid or DNA testing for HPV in one or two clinical visits are cost-effective alternatives to conventional, three-visit, cytology-based screening programmes in resource poor settings.