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EDITORIAL
1.  Diabetes Mellitus and COVID-19: The Ominous Duo
ORIGINAL ARTICLE
1.  Relationship Between Diabetes and Indoor Air Pollution: an Exploratory Analysis
2.  Determinants of cervical cancer screening uptake among women attending selected family planning clinics in Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria
3.  A School-Based Program for Diabetes Prevention and Management in India – Project KiDS
4.  A Cross-National-Cross-Cultural Comparison of Predictors of Academic Performance among Canadian and Malaysian University Students
5.  Biomonitoring of biomarkers among pesticide sprayers and non-sprayers across cropping seasons in Punjab, India
6.  Poor awareness of diabetes self-care among diabetics: Cross-sectional study from an urban poor settlement in Delhi
REVIEW ARTICLE
1.  A ‘Bottom-up approach’ to introduce ban on tobacco products to prevent spitting during COVID-19 – an early review of progress made and challenges
2.  Availability of Oral Liquid Formulations: Dilemmas in managing children with nephrotic syndrome.
RESEARCH PROTOCOLS
1.  Study of modifiable risk factors for instituting evidence based preventive strategy for Carcinoma Esophagus in Punjab : A Study Protocol
2.  Development and Validation of Composite Risk Score to Assess Risks of Major Non Communicable Diseases in Northern Indian Populations: A Research Protocol
3.  Effectiveness of interventions by nurse practitioners for prevention and control of non communicable diseases in Low and Middle income countries : A Systematic review protocol