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Friday, May 24, 2013

Featured Issues: Malaysian Journal of Medical Sciences Vol.19 No.4, Vol.20 No.1 & 2

Here are some updates from the latest issues of Malaysian Journal of Medical Sciences:

In vol.19 no.4, "Nutrition Quality of Life among Female- Majority Malay Undergraduate Students of Health Sciences",
 Lin et al. found that female undergraduate students of Health Sciences scored better in "Self-Efficacy", which means they are more confident than males in the food choices they make. A number of other demographic factors played roles in the health of respondents.
For the results of this study and other articles from this issue, go to: http://www.bioline.org.br/titles?id=mj&year=2012&vol=19&num=04&keys=V19N4

In vol.20 no.1, "Breast Cancer and Chemotherapy Knowledge among Undergraduates of Health Sciences: Which Traits Predict Good Knowledge?" by Lin & Zakaria studies undergraduate students in Health Sciences to assess their knowledge of breast cancer and chemotherapy. Results showed that nursing students and students in their final year of study were among the group of students that were significantly more knowledgeable.
For more details of this study and other articles from this issue, go to: http://www.bioline.org.br/titles?id=mj&year=2013&vol=20&num=01&keys=V20N1

Vol.20 no.2 includes the article, "Pulmonary Function Studies of Healthy Non-smoking Male University Students of Kolkata, India — Revisited" by Bandyopadhyay et al. This article also surveys undergraduate students - this time from Kolkata, India. 87 healthy male students had their pulmonary functions assessed, and it was concluded that their pulmonary function remained relatively unchanged for the past 24 years.
For the complete study and other articles from this issue, go to: http://www.bioline.org.br/titles?id=mj&year=2013&vol=20&num=02&keys=V20N2

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