OMICS International OMICS International is a scientific organization that drives the progress of research through open access journals and organizes international conferences, The best in science news, commentary, and research. Epidemiology: Open Access Volume 7 Issue 1 Restoring the Rule of Law Legal Implications of Covert Population ControlMeasures Kevin Galalae Incidence of Thyroid Diseases in Female Saudi Adults Visiting a Tertiary Care Hospital in Riyadh Rana Hasanato, Jumanah Abbas Mirah, Nada AlShahrani, Nouf Alfulayyih, Afrah Almutairi, Basma Ogailan and Sumbul Fatma Prevalence and Factors Associated with Low Back Pain among HealthcareWorkers in Kibuli Muslim Hospital Kampala Uganda Aremu Babatunde Abdulmujeeb and Lateeat Titilayo Olaniyan Evaluation of Different Factors Leading to the Genesis of Alzheimers Disease Research Proposal on Dementia Yifei Pei Clients Satisfaction with Waiting Time in HIV Treatment Centers An UrbanRural Comparison in Anambra State Nigeria Azuike EC, Adinma ED, Umeh UM, Njelita IA, Anemeje OA and Aniemena RC Prevalence of E histolytica Associated Dysentery in Children in Satellite Town Quetta Nida Tabassum Khan and Nusrat Jahan Effect of Parents Economic Status on Teenage School Girls Growth Kankana De Status of Knowledge on the Risk Factors of Low Birth Weight among theWomen of Reproductive Age in Rural Bangladesh ABM Alauddin Chowdhury, Keka Rani Halder, Md Imdadul Haque, Faisal Muhammad, Md Mahamudul Hasan and Moniruddin Chowdhury Young Females Perception of Sexual and Reproductive Health Services andFactor Affecting Utilization of Services in High Schools of Ambo town Oromia Region Ethiopia Zenebu Begna Bayissa The Analysis of Incidence of Risk Factors of Neoplastic Diseases among Patients with a Diagnosed Neoplastic Disease Anna Lewandowska Joint MeanVariance Overall Survival Time fitted Models from Stage III NonSmall Cell Lung Cancer Rabindra Nath Das, Sabyasachi Mukherjee Distributional Characteristics of Selected Chemical and Environmental VariablesData from NHANES 20032004 Ram B Jain Correlation between Obesity and Coronary Heart Disease Risk among SaudiSubjects at Madinah Region Sherif Y Saad and Mohamed MM Abdel Latif