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Mini Review
Published On: May 11, 2018

Vitamin D Deficiency, Causes and Solutions

Sasidharan PK*
Vitamin D is a hormone as well as a vitamin with numerous functions in the human body [1-5]. Its deficiency was once thought to be non-existent in countries like India, which get enough and more sunlight. Incidentally the first study, which documented the presence of vitamin D deficiency,...

Review Article
Published On: July 16, 2018

Long-Term Exposure to Outdoor Air Pollution and its Effect on Children’s Health

Saira Tasmin*
Air pollution is one of the major environmental determinants for human health. Globally, about 300 million children are exposed to highly toxic air, defined as levels six or more times exceeding international guidelines....

Case Report
Published On: August 6, 2018

When Common is Unusual

Yusoff SSM, Muhamad R*, Draman N and Sopian MM
Only a small percentage of patients with chicken pox experience complications. Secondary bacterial infections, the commonest complications, infected mainly by either Staphylococcus or Streptococcus bacteria are well documented in the literature...

Research Article
Published On: September 24, 2018

Reducing Heart Failure Readmissions at a Community Hospital by Channeling Resources toward High-Risk Patients

Amarasingham R, Oliver G, Velasco F, Land S, Jain S, Ma Y, Waddimba AC, Lucena B, Jaiyeola A and Xie B*
The objective is to evaluate an intervention that utilized a real-time predictive model to identify patients at high risk of readmission among heart failure...

Case Report
Published On: October 8, 2018

Acute Vestibular Neuritis in an 8-Year-Old Child with Chicken Pox

Ismail IA, Paul-Wayn S and Malek KA*
Vestibular neuritis secondary to an active varicella zoster virus infection in children is uncommon and need to be considered. We report a case of an 8-year-old Malay boy with an acute onset of dizziness...