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April-June  2017 |
 Vol 59 | Issue 2

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Prescription writing: Generic or brand?
The high cost of some medicines in India has made the treatment of many common and uncommon diseases unaffordable to the poor and a strain on the budgets of even middle-class citizens. For patients wh...
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Guest Editorial
Psychiatry and clinical pharmacy: A logical partnership
The principle of multidisciplinary care is fundamental to achieving optimal patient outcomes across a wide range of disciplines, and it is clear that this holds true for psychiatry as much as any othe...
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Presidential Address
Medical nutrition in mental health and disorders
Dr. Prasad Rao Garu, distinguished guests and friends, I have been looking forward to this moment with much trepidation for almost a year, because the unwritten law of the society lays down the rule ...
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Guest Editorial
Making sense of the role of sense organs in trichotillomania
Hallopeau, a French dermatologist, coined the term trichotillomania to describe alopecia (baldness) caused by self-traction of the hair, but the term now encompasses the entire syndrome of pathologica...
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Original Article
Psychiatric morbidity in the community: A population based-study from Kerala
Background: Estimates of psychiatric morbidity in the community will help service development. Participation of trained nonspecialist health-care providers will facilitate scaling up of service...
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