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    “…In this review, we carried out a literature search of studies published on cryptosporidiosis in children in the Indian subcontinent from 1983 to 2016. Of the 154 publications identified, 54 were included for final analysis with both hospital-based and community-based studies. …”
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    by Sood, Mamta, Chadda, Rakesh Kumar
    Published 2009
    “…BACKGROUND: Psychiatry has not been a preferred medical specialty for women in the Indian subcontinent unlike in the Western countries like USA, Canada or UK. …”
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    “…CONCLUSIONS: As the world is taking note of radical perineal prostatectomy again, with a very small learning curve, minimal invasion and good oncological control urologists from Indian subcontinent should also embrace this procedure in view of the relative limited resources available.…”
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    “…The close temporal relationship between these large-scale hydroclimatic changes and the intervals marking the significant sociopolitical developments of the Indus Valley and Vedic civilizations suggests a plausible role of climate change in shaping the important chapters of the history of human civilization in the Indian subcontinent.…”
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    “…However, the rate of transmission has recently picked up in low- and middle-income countries, particularly in the Indian subcontinent. There is a severe underreporting bias in the existing data available from these countries mostly due to the limitation of resources and accessibility. …”
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    “…The main factors influencing the food N footprint of the Indian Subcontinent (ISC) are the nitrogen use efficiency (NUE) of crop cultivation and religious dietary cultures. …”
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    “…A healthy diet and an optimum physical activity level should be projected as primary interventions for noncommunicable diseases in the Indian subcontinent. Government health organizations and associations should concentrate and prioritize the current situation and scale up cost-effective policies and innovative techniques with interventional research and funding, especially on diet and exercise facilitation, as comprehensive management toward minimizing cardiovascular diseases to safeguard Indian economy’s future.…”
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