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AYU (An International Quarterly Journal of Research in Ayurveda)

Credential evidences of Ayurvedic cardio-vascular herbs
The British scientist, Dr. N.J. Wald and Dr. M.R. Law of Wolfson Institute of Preventive Medicine at the University of London suggested a pill (six-in-one formulation) consisting of statin (hypocholes...
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Review Article
Some basic aspects of statistical methods and sample size determination in health science research
A health science researcher may sometimes wonder "why statistical methods are so important in research?" Simple answer is that, statistical methods are used throughout a study that includes planning, ...
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Review Article
Natural medicaments in dentistry
The major objective in root canal treatment is to disinfect the entire root canal system. Cleaning, shaping, and use of antimicrobial medicaments are effective in reducing the bacterial load to some e...
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Clinical Research
Consequences of excessive use of Amlarasa (sour taste): A case-control study
Background: Palatability is an important factor for choice of food by an individual. Amlarasa (sour taste) is one of the main organoleptic entities in foods of present day, which always ...
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