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    Volume 5, Issue 4
    Research Article
    Samah K. Nasr Eldeen*, Hussain Alssadh, and Saida Mashharawy
    It is a new study explained the association of sleep quality and dietary intake with academic achievement among Saudi Arabia medical students. Although, the relationship between sleep quality and dietary intake together with academic performance has not been examined in Saudi Arabia; this study examined this relationship among one hundred Saudi Arabian medical students in INAYA medical college, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. We invited volunteer students to respond to a written survey, which asked about their dietary intake habits and sleep quality for 2 weeks before filling out the survey. Various questions of dietary intake and sleep quality were then compared between the students and we recorded the student’s grade point average (GPA) from the college computer system. We found a significant relationship (p < 0.0001) between excellent academic achievement (GPA) of the previous years of all volunteer students and dietary intake habits and good sleep time.
    Opinion
    GA Matthews*
    Despite very significant increases in funding aimed at reducing the incidence of malaria, WHO has recentlyreported that the declining trend in cases has levelled off. In 2017, the 10 highest burden countries in Africa reported a combined increase of over 3.5 million cases of malaria [1].
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