Editorial Board
Submit article
Editor's selection process
Join as Reviewer/Editor
List of Reviewer
Indexing Information
Most popular articles
Open Access
Purchase Single Articles
Current Issue
Recommend this journal to your library
Accepted Articles
Search Articles
Email Alerts
Contact Us
New Indian Journal of Surgery

Volume  3, Issue 3, July - September 2012, Pages 262-262



To Assess Various Health Problems among Adolescent Age Group in Gwalior
Ashok Mishra, Ranjana Tiwari, Chandrapal Singh Yadav, Danish Anwar, Bhanu Sharma, Deepak Sulya
Gajra Raja Medical College, Gwalior, India
Choose an option to locate / access this Article:
Check if you have access through your login credentials.             |


  Adolescents constitute a large percentage of population, 21.3% of the total population of India is of adolescent age group. A wide range of issues and concerns faced by adolescents in India include nutritional deficiency, reproductive health problems, sexually transmitted diseases and mental and physical stress related problems. Many adolescent girls and boys are sexually active but lack information and skill for self protection. Communication gap exists with parents and other adults (lack of family connectedness). Habit and behavior picked up during adolescence have a lifelong impact. Adolescence is the last chance to correct these mal-habits.

Corresponding Author : Ashok Mishra