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Public health issues in infant and child nutrition

Author: Robert E Black; Kim Fleischer Michaelsen
Publisher: Philadelphia, PA : Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, ©2002.
Series: Nestlé Nutrition workshop series, v. 48.; Nestlé Nutrition workshop series., Paediatric programme.
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"Based on an international workshop held in St. Petersburg, Russia, this volume examines public health issues related to infant and child nutrition in developing, transitional, and industrialized countries. Chapters discuss the interaction between malnutrition and infectious diseases and the consequences and prevention of micronutrient deficiencies. Full consideration is given to interventions for promoting  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Congresses
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Robert E Black; Kim Fleischer Michaelsen
ISBN: 0781737516 9780781737517
OCLC Number: 48144389
Description: xvi, 350 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Burden of disease caused by childhood undernutrition --
Childhood infectious diseases and their contribution to undernutrition --
Nutritional influences on child development: cross-national perspectives --
Preventing vitamin A deficiency: translating science to action --
Consequences of zinc deficiency on human health and alternatives for programmatic intervention --
Iron and infectious disease: a public health problem? --
Breast feeding and HIV transmission --
Breast feeding babies: is the longer the better? --
Promotion of Breast Feeding Intervention Trial (PROBIT): a cluster-randomized trial in the republic of Belarus --
Success of intervention programs to promote complementary feeding --
Microbial contamination of weaning food and water --
Options for achieving adequate intake from home-prepared complementary foods in low income countries --
Early exposures and later health and development --
Does an excessive protein intake early in life cause health problems such as obesity later in life? --
Validating the fetal origins hypothesis: an epidemiologic challenge --
Potential for metabolic imprinting by nutritional perturbation of epigenetic gene regulation --
Concluding discussion.
Series Title: Nestlé Nutrition workshop series, v. 48.; Nestlé Nutrition workshop series., Paediatric programme.
Responsibility: editors, Robert E. Black, Kim Fleischer Michaelsen.
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"Based on an international workshop held in St. Petersburg, Russia, this volume examines public health issues related to infant and child nutrition in developing, transitional, and industrialized countries. Chapters discuss the interaction between malnutrition and infectious diseases and the consequences and prevention of micronutrient deficiencies. Full consideration is given to interventions for promoting breast-feeding and strategies for reducing HIV transmission through breast feeding. The contributors review various programs for improving complementary feeding and methods for preventing microbial contamination of complementary foods. The workshop also reviews recent research on the role of infant nutrition in preventing adult diseases such as obesity, glucose intolerance, and cardiovascular disease."--Jacket.

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