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Infant and young child nutrition: draft resolution proposed by the delegations of Botswana, Congo, Eritrea, Iran (Islamic Republic of), Malawi, Malaysia, Mauritania, Mozambique, Philippines, South Africa, Swaziland, United Republic of Tanzania, Venezuela, Zaire, Zambia and Zimbabwe
World Health Assembly, 49 ( 1996 )
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Infant and young child nutrition: follow-up
World Health Organization ( 2000 )
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Infant and young child nutrition: global strategy for infant and young child feeding: report by the Secretariat
Executive Board, 109 ( 2002 )
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Infant and young child nutrition: global strategy on infant and young child feeding: report by the Secretariat
World Health Assembly, 55 ( 2002 )
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Infant and young child nutrition: implementation plan: report by the Secretariat
Executive Board, 128 ( 2011 )
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Infant and young child nutrition: quadrennial progress report: report by the Secretariat
Executive Board, 126 ( 2010 )
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Infant and young child nutrition: quadrennial report: report by the Secretariat
World Health Assembly, 59 ( 2006 )
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Infant and young child nutrition: report by the Director-General
World Health Assembly, 53 ( 2000 )
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Infant and young child nutrition: report by the Secretariat
World Health Assembly, 63 ( 2010 )
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Infant and young child nutrition: report by the Secretariat
World Health Assembly, 58 ( 2005 )
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Infant and young child nutrition: report by the Secretariat
Executive Board 115 ( 2005 )
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Infant and young child nutrition: situation analysis and prospects in the African Region: report of the Regional Director
Regional Committee for Africa, 51 ( 2011-07-06 )
Abstract

1. Malnutrition remains one of the most frequent causes and determinants of morbidity and mortality in children worldwide. More than one-third of under-five children are malnourished - they are stunted, wasted or deficient in iodine, vitaminA or iron. 2. In the face of this challenging global and regional situation, WHO and UNICEF decided to undertake a global consultation on infant and young child nutrition. This initiative that started in March 2000 in Geneva will end in 2002 with the adoption of a global strategy on infant and young child nutrition for the decade. This document is a contribution of the Regional Committee for Africa to the ongoing reflections on the initiative. 3. The situation of infant and young child nutrition in Africa is worsened by poverty, natural disasters, wars, socio-political upheavals and massive population displacements. 4. Protein-energy malnutrition is increasing on the African continent whereas it is decreasing in other regions of the world. Each year, micro-nutrient deficiencies take a heavy toll on infants and young children. The risk of HIV/AIDS transmission through breast-feeding is creating additional problems in poor countries with a high prevalence of HIV infection. 5. The African Region could take the opportunity offered by the drawing up of the global strategy to assess progress made in the area of infant and young child feeding and adapt national nutrition programmes to the orientations given in this new strategy.

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Infant and young child nutrition: technical consultation on infant and young child feeding: submitted to the Health Assembly for information
World Health Assembly, 53 ( 2000 )
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Infant deaths associated with cough and cold medications
( 2007 )
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Infant exposure to environmental tobacco smoke: Jordan University hospital-based study
Badran, E.; Salhab, A.S.; Al Jaghbir, M. ( 2009 )
Abstract

To study exposure to environmental tobacco smoke during the first year of life, 220 infants attending the outpatient paediatric clinic of the University of Jordan for routine visits with their mothers were recruited to the study. Mothers completed a questionnaire about smoking habits of household members, and urine samples were obtained from infants for analysis of cotinine levels. A total of 60.0% of infants were reported to be exposed to passive smoking at home and 36.4% had detectable levels of urine cotinine [mean 7.1 ng/mL, range 0.27-41 ng/mL]. Detectable saliva cotinine levels in 8/20 mothers of neonates [1-2 days old] suggested in utero exposure. Recommendations are made to protect this vulnerable population from tobacco smoke exposure

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Infant feeding : some lessons fron Yangon / Daw Esther Sian Kho Zam
Zam, Daw Esther Sian Kho ( 1994 )
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Infant feeding : the physiological basis / edited by James Akré
Akré, James; World Health Organization ( 1990 )
Abstract

Reviews the latest scientific information on the physiological development of infants during the prenatal period and first year of life, showing the significance of breast milk as the only truly universal source of nourishment. The objective is to define the physiological considerations that are the basis for appropriate dietary patterns and practices, in view of infants nutritional needs and degree of functional maturity, particularly as regards the type of food given, and their excretory processes and defences against infection. Separate chapters cover nutritional aspects of pregnancy and of the newborn, health factors which may interfere with breast-feeding, complementary feeding, the low-birth-weight infant, and the physiology of the infant and young child during periods of acute infection. The resulting information can serve as the scientific basis for preparing guidelines on infant feeding, taking into account the available foods and local customs. Though addressed to health professionals, the review also offers useful information for general readers seeking an update on the topic

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Infant feeding : the physiological basis / edited by James Akré
Akré, James; World Health Organization ( 1990 )
Abstract

Reviews the latest scientific information on the physiological development of infants during the prenatal period and first year of life, showing the significance of breast milk as the only truly universal source of nourishment. The objective is to define the physiological considerations that are the basis for appropriate dietary patterns and practices, in view of infants nutritional needs and degree of functional maturity, particularly as regards the type of food given, and their excretory processes and defences against infection. Separate chapters cover nutritional aspects of pregnancy and of the newborn, health factors which may interfere with breast-feeding, complementary feeding, the low-birth-weight infant, and the physiology of the infant and young child during periods of acute infection. The resulting information can serve as the scientific basis for preparing guidelines on infant feeding, taking into account the available foods and local customs. Though addressed to health professionals, the review also offers useful information for general readers seeking an update on the topic

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Infant feeding and risk of severe diarrhoea in Basrah city, Iraq : a case-control study / D. A. Mahmood, R. G. Feachem & S. R. A. Huttly
Mahmood, D. A; Feachem, Richard G. A; Huttly, Sharon R. A ( 1989 )
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Infant feeding in emergencies : a guide for mothers
World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe ( 1997 )
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