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Published Online: 2017-11-23
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Authors’ contributionsRosawan S. Areemit contributed to the conception and design of the study, survey design, acquisition, analysis and interpretation of the data and drafting and revision of the article.Boonying Manaboriboon contributed to the design of the study, survey design, acquisition, interpretation of the data and drafting revision of the article.Supinya In-iw contributed to the design of the study, survey design, acquisition, interpretation of the data and drafting revision of the article.Jiraporn P. Arunakul contributed to the survey design, acquisition, interpretation of the data and revision of the article.Wirote Areekul contributed to the design of the study, survey design, data acquisition, interpretation of the data and revision of the article.