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November-December 2017 | Vol 21 | Issue 6

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Editorial
Endocrinology and the nudge hypothesis
In this era of double-blind randomized controlled trials, we are asking you to do something unusual – To imagine. Imagine that you have guests for dinner. As they arrive, you lay out some start...
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Pentads and hexads in diabetes care: Numbers as targets; Numbers as tools
Introduction Most international organizations accept 7% as a reasonable glycated hemoglobin (HbA1c) value to aim for, while managing diabetes.[1],[2],[3] These organizations also s...
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Neck circumference as a marker of overweight and obesity and cutoff values for Bangladeshi adults
Objective: There are several methods of assessing overweight and obesity. Several studies conducted in different populations indicate that neck circumference (NC) can be used as a simple measur...
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The effect of electromagnetic radiation due to mobile phone use on thyroid function in medical students studying in a medical college in South India
Background: Enormous increase in mobile phone use throughout the world raises widespread concerns about its possible detrimental effect on human health. Radiofrequency waves are emitted by cell...
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Incidence of endocrine disorders in Indian adult male population
Background: The comprehensive epidemiology of endocrine disorders is lacking from our country. Most of the available data pertain to the prevalence of diabetes and thyroid disorders only. We st...
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