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Nutrition and urbanization (part 2)
Urbanization and nutrition in low-income countries
Urban malnutrition and food interventions
Basic food consumption in north-east Brazil: Effects of income, price, and family size in metropolitan and rural areas
Infant-feeding practices among urban Libya women
Public health nutrition
Determinants of childhood malnutrition in Jamaica
The introduction of semi-solid and solid foods to feeding infants
Nutrition and diarrhoeal diseases
Growth monitoring in Indonesia: An assessment of coverage and regularity of attendance, Gedangan village, Central Java, June 1978 November 1981
Protein enrichment of cashew wastes for animal feeds
Milling high-tannin and low-tannin varieties of sorghum
Book reviews and notices
News and notes
Letter to the editor
UNU projects on food and nutrition
Recent and Forthcoming UNU Publications on Food and Nutrition
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