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Title
Public health issues in infant and child nutrition Public health issues in infant and child nutrition
Type
Text
Language
English
Illustrative Content
illustrations
Classification
LCC: RJ206 .P83 2002 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 362.1/76/083 full (Assigner: dlc)
Identified By
Lccn: 2001050414
Table Of Contents
Machine generated contents note: Burden of Disease Caused by Childhood Undernutrition1
A. L. Rice, A. Hyder, L. Caulfield, R. Stoltzfus, S. Fishman,
C. Frangakis, and R. E. Black
Childhood Infectious Diseases and Their Contribution to
Undernutrition19
A. H. Baqui and R. E. Black
Nutritional Influences on Child Development: Cross-National
Perspectives53
S. Grantham-McGregor and C. C. Ani
Preventing Vitamin A Deficiency: Translating Science to Action71
K. P. West, Jr.
Consequences of Zinc Deficiency on Human Health and Alternatives
for Programmatic Intervention97
R. E. Black
Iron and Infectious Disease: A Public Health Problem?111
S. J. Oppenheimer
Breast Feeding and HIV Transmission147
A. Coutsoudis
Breast Feeding Babies: Is the Longer the Better?167
L. T. Weaver and R. Elsom
Promotion of Breast Feeding Intervention Trial (PROBIT):
A Cluster-Randomized Trial in the Republic of Belarus189
M. S. Kramer, B. Chalmers, E. D. Hodnett, Z. Sevkovskaya,
I. Dzikovich, S. Shapiro, J.-P. Collet, I. Vanilovich, I. Mezen,
T. Ducruet, G. Shishko, V. Zubovich, D. Mknuik, E. Gluchanina,
V. Dombrovskiy, A. Ustinovitch, T. Kot, N. Bogdanovich,
L. Ovchinikova, and E. Helsing for the PROBIT Study Group
Success of Intervention Programs to Promote Complementary
Feeding199
K. G. Dewey
Microbial Contamination of Weaning Food and Water217
C. F. Lanata
Options for Achieving Adequate Intake from Home-Prepared
Complementary Foods in Low Income Countries239
K. H. Brown, J. M. Peerson, J. E. Kimmons, and C. Hotz
Early Exposures and Later Health and Development257
R. Morley and T. Dwyer
Does an Excessive Protein Intake Early in Life Cause Health
Problems Such as Obesity Later in Life?279
K. F. Michaelsen, C. Hoppe, L. S.-Nielsen, and C. Molgaard
Validating the Fetal Origins Hypothesis: An Epidemiologic
C hallenge295
K. S. Joseph
Potential for Metabolic Imprinting by Nutritional Perturbation
of Epigenetic Gene Regulation317
R. A. Waterland and C. Garza
Concluding Discussion335
K. F. Michaelsen
Subject Index337.
Authorized Access Point
Black, Robert E. Public health issues in infant and child nutrition
Authorized Access Point Variant
Michaelsen, Kim Fleischer. Public health issues in infant and child nutrition