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Food and Nutrition Bulletin
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Nutrition and health
Could improvements in child survival mask improvements in anthropometric indicators in nutrition programme evaluations?
Socio-economic determinants of child nutritional status: boys versus girls
Mortality levels and patterns in the oral therapy extension programme areas of the Bangladesh rural advancement committee
Nutritional aspects of obesity and diabetes and their relation to cardio vascular
Faba beans (Vicia faba L.) and their role in the human diet
Food and nutrition policy
The impact of changing agricultural systems on the nutritional status of farm
Small-scale integrated agricultural production family farm
Preliminary study of income and nutritional status indicators in two Ethiopian communities
Uses and constraints of schoolchildren's height data for planning purposes: national experiences
The demand for higher-status food and nutrition in rural India: the experience of Matar Taluka
Differential infant and child mortality rates in Bangladesh
Oral rehydration therapy-the need for a proper perspective
News and notes
Programme on food, nutrition, biotechnology, and poverty
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