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Free Content Risk of self‐reported symptoms or diagnosis of active tuberculosis in relationship to low body mass index, diabetes and their co‐occurrence

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Globally, tuberculosis prevalence has declined, but its risk factors have varied across place and time – low body mass index (BMI) has persisted while diabetes has increased. Using India's National Family Health Survey (NFHS), wave 3 and World Health Survey (WHS) data, we examined their relationships to support projection of future trends and targeted control efforts.
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Keywords: bajo peso; body mass index; diabetes; diabète; facteur de risque; factores de riesgo; indice de masse corporelle; insuffisance pondérale; nutrición; nutrition; risk factor; tuberculose; tuberculosis; underweight; índice de masa corporal

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: October 1, 2016

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