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3rd [Third] Meeting of the Scientific Working Group on Drug Development and Management of Acute Diarrhoeas, Geneva, 1-3 October 1984 : report
Scientific Working Group on Drug Development and Management of Acute Diarrhoeas (3rd: 1984: Geneva, Swtitzerland); World Health Organization. Diarrhoeal Disease Control Programme; World Health Organization. Division of Family Health ( 1985 )
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Bacterial contamination of the lacteal contents of feeding bottles in metropolitan São Paulo, Brazil / T. B. Morais, M. B. Morais, & D. M. Sigulem
Morais, T. B; Morais, M. B; Sigulem, D. M ( 1998 )
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Biological variations in Anopheles Darlingi and their effect on practical malaria control in the Neotropical region. Does A. Gambiae present analogous variations ? How far is anthropophilia a fixed trait ? / by G. Giglioli
Giglioli, G; World Health Organization. Malaria Section; Conference on Malaria in Africa (1955 : Lagos, Nigeria) ( 1955 )
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Blood feeding habits of malaria vector mosquitos in the South Pare District of Tanzania 10 years after cessation of a dieldrin residual spraying campaign / by G. B. White
White, G. B; World Health Organization ( 1969 )
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Breast-feeding counselling in a diarrhoeal disease hospital / R. Haider ... [et al.]
Haider, R; Islam, A; Hamadani, J; Amin, N. J; Kabir, I; Malek, M. A; Mahalanabis, D; Habte, D ( 1996 )
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Children who eat well feel good : a study of eating habits and self-esteem / E. Andreou ... [et al.]
Andreou, E; Lafis, S; Giannaki, M; Tornaritis, M ( 1997 )
Communicating to improve nutrition behaviour : the challenge of motivating the audience to act / prepared by Margaret Parlato, Cynthia Green and Claudia Fishman
Parlato, Margaret Burns; World Health Organization. Nutrition Unit; Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations; International Conference on Nutrition (1992 : Rome, Italy) ( 1992 )
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Complementary feeding : family foods for breastfed children
World Health Organization. Dept. of Nutrition for Health and Development ( 2000 )
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Complementary feeding : report of the global consultation, and summary of guiding principles for complementary feeding of the breastfed child
Global Consultation on Complementary Feeding (2001 : Geneva, Switzerland); World Health Organization. Dept. of Child and Adolescent Health and Development; World Health Organization. Dept. of Nutrition for Health and Development ( 2003 )
Complementary feeding and the control of iron deficiency anaemia in the Newly Independent States : presenation by WHO at a WHO/UNICEF consultation, Geneva, Switzerland 4 February 1999
World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe; UNICEF ( 1999 )
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The WHO Working Group on Complementary Feeding and the Control of Iron Deficiency was invited to present an overview of current infant and young child feeding practices in the WHO European Region at a Joint UNICEF/WHO Consultation on Iron Deficiency Anaemia. A number of nutritional recommendations from the former Soviet era, which differ from international standards, were identified. Poor complementary feeding practices help to explain the poor iron status of infants and young children in the WHO European Region, particularly in the countries of the former Soviet Union and the central Asian republics. The Working Group outlined guidelines for the revision and updating of recommendations on complementary feeding, to facilitate the establishment of good complementary feeding practices in the Region. If these recommendations are embraced, they should have a significant positive impact on the general nutrition and iron status of young children

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Complementary feeding and the control of iron deficiency anaemia in the Newly Independent States : presentation by WHO at a WHO/UNICEF consultation, Geneva, Switzerland 4 February 1999
World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe ( 2000 )
Abstract

The WHO Working Group on Complementary Feeding and the Control of Iron Deficiency was invited to present an overview of current infant and young child feeding practices in the WHO European Region at a Joint UNICEF/WHO Consultation on Iron Deficiency Anaemia. A number of nutritional recommendations from the former Soviet era, which differ from international standards, were identified. Poor complementary feeding practices help to explain the poor iron status of infants and young children in the WHO European Region, particularly in the countries of the former Soviet Union and the central Asian republics. The Working Group outlined guidelines for the revision and updating of recommendations on complementary feeding, to facilitate the establishment of good complementary feeding practices in the Region. If these recommendations are embraced, they should have a significant positive impact on the general nutrition and iron status of young children

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Complementary feeding counselling : a training course
World Health Organization. Dept. of Nutrition for Health and Development ( 2004 )
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Complementary feeding of infants and young children : report of a technical consultation, 28-30 November 1995, Montpellier, France
Joint WHO/UNICEF Consultation on Complementary Feeding (1995 : Montpellier, France); World Health Organization. Programme of Nutrition, Family and Reproductive Health ( 1998 )
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Complementary feeding of young children in Africa and the Middle East / M. C. Dop ... [et al.], editors
Dop, M. C; Benbouzid, D; Trèche, S; Benoist, B. de; Verster, Anna; Delpeuch, Francis; World Health Organization. Dept. of Nutrition for Health and Development; World Health Organization. Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean; Institut de recherche pour le développement (France) ( 1999 )
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Complementary feeding of young children in developing countries : a review of current scientific knowledge
WHO Programme of Nutrition ( 1998 )
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Deterioration in the nutritional status of young children and their mothers in Brazzaville, Congo, following the 1994 devaluation of the CFA franc / Y. Martin-Prével ... [et al.]
Martin-Prével, Y; Delpeuch, F; Traissac, P; Massamba, J. P; Adoua-Oyila, G; Coudert, K; Trèche, S ( 2000 )
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Défense de l' allaitement maternel en Papouasie-Nouvelle-Guinée / Hanny Friesen ... [et al.]
Friesen, Hanny; Vince, John; Boas, Peniel; Danaya, Robert ( 1999 )
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Diet, nutrition and the prevention of chronic diseases : report of a joint WHO/FAO expert consultation, Geneva, 28 January - 1 February 2002
Joint WHO/FAO Expert Consultation on Diet, Nutrition and the Prevention of Chronic Diseases (2002 : Geneva, Switzerland); World Health Organization. Dept. of Nutrition for Health and Development ( 2003 )
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Dieting behaviours, obesity and predictors of dieting among female college students at Palestinian universities
Bayyari, W.D.; Henry, L.J.; Jones, C. ( 2013 )
Abstract

The purpose of this study was to explore dieting practices of female Palestinian college students. Participants [n = 410] were selected by cluster-sampling from 4 Palestinian universities. A regression model investigated dieting using: body mass index [BMI]; body satisfaction; self-esteem; dress style; exercise; sociocultural factors; residence; strength of faith; perceived impact of weight on social interaction; and number of previous times dieting. Significant predictors of dieting were low body satisfaction, number of previous dieting times, perceived media pressure, regular exercising, BMI, and perceived impact of weight on social interaction. The model accounted for 45% of the variance in dieting. Body satisfaction was not significantly correlated with self-esteem or strength of faith, which indicates that [internalization of thinness] may be becoming evident among populations in certain developing countries, as in [Western] countries

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Effect of breastfeeding education on the feeding pattern and health of infants in their first 4 months in the Islamic Republic of Iran / M. D. Froozani ... [et al.]
Froozani, M. D; Permehzadeh, K; Dorosty Motlagh, A. R; Golestan, B ( 1999 )
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