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October-December 2020| Vol 4| Issue 4

Editorial

Environmental practices and serum Vitamin D deficiency

Vitamin D deficiency is a well-established morbidity worldwide, with several factors reported to account for differences in its reported prevalence estimates. High prevalence rates between 12% a...


Commentary

Provision of pharmaceutical services in time of COVID-19 crisis: A libyan vision

Pharmaceutical services play a crucial role in any health system. Pharmacists are the main health professionals to ensure that people have access to good and safe medicines and to make certain that ...


Review Article

Insulin analogs versus human insulins for the management of diabetes: An evidence-based review

Insulin analogs are preferred by many physicians over human insulins in the management of Type 1 diabetes and in patients with Type 2 diabetes who require insulin. Insulin analogs have a pharmacolog...


Original Article

Serum Vitamin D levels and associated risk factors among libyan females living in Tripoli, Libya: A cross-sectional study

Background: Vitamin D deficiency is a worldwide health problem and has been associated with religion, faith, caste, education, and socioeconomic status. Scientific evidence indicates that ade...


Original Article

Medical waste management in dental clinics in Tripoli/Libya

Background: Dental clinics are important and essential for the health and safety of individuals in the community and they are indispensable for the provision of medical and therapeutic servic...


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Libyan Journal of Medical Sciences, a publication of National Center for Disease Control of Libya, is a peer-reviewed online journal with Quarterly print on demand compilation of issues published.

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