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Journal of Mid-life Health
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October-December 2020 | Vol 11 | Issue 4
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Editorial
Webinar: A virtual reality in medical communication
Meeta Meeta, Vishal Tandon
World Wide Web, a well-coined term, has caught the world literally in a web. This year, the corona pandemic and social distancing have compelled humanity to become technologically savvy, affecting a...
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Narrative Review
Postmenopausal hormone therapy and its association with breast cancer
Arshi Syal, Neelam Aggarwal
With the cessation of estrogen and progesterone at menopause, the hormone withdrawal affects various systems in the woman's body. In earlier days, menopausal hormone therapy (HT) was prescribed ...
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Commentary
Menopause hormone therapy in the changing trends of breast cancer in India
Meeta Meeta, Tanvir Tanvir
With a diverse geographical, cultural, and socioeconomic landscape, India exhibits heterogeneity in cancer incidence. Cancer of the breast from 19 population-based registries (PBCRs) and cervix uter...
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Opinion
COVID-19: The vital sign
Sai Praveen Haranath, Meeta Meeta
COVID-19 has been the single-most transformational event in our lifetime. Is this the tuberculosis or perhaps the syphilis of this generation? The multisystem impact of the disease and the need for ...
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Original Article
A study of anxiety and depression in benign breast disease
Vivek Srivastava, Rakesh Kumar Meena, Mumtaz A Ansari, Dheeraj Kumar, Anand Kumar
Background: To compare the prevalence of anxiety and depression levels in patients with benign breast disease (BBD) and healthy individuals using Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale (HADS) ...
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