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TitleRecruitment StatusDate of Registration
Understanding the behavioural effects of multivitamin supplementsNot recruiting27/09/2013
Mobile 'App' to Improve Iron and Zinc Intake, Iron and Zinc Status, Cognition, Mood and Fatigue in Premenopausal WomenNot recruiting15/08/2013
Can written information and communication through email and text messages improve knowledge of dietary iron, iron intake, and iron status in women with mild iron deficiency?Not recruiting27/02/2013
Effects of supplementation in treatment of pregnancy complicationsNot Recruiting2012-12-26
Empowering women in self-help groups (SHGs) in Gadchiroli district, Maharashtra to reduce tobacco consumption and increase savings by a community-based tobacco cessation intervention packageNot Recruiting26-12-2012
Supplementation of vitamin B12 in young men and women, pre-conception, improves the B12 status of their newbornsRecruiting01/11/2012
Healthy Growth of Infants by Treating Maternal AnemiaNot Recruiting27-09-2012
Nutritional supplement for women with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome or subfertiltyRecruiting31-08-2012
BYM [Bypass and Sleeve gastectomy (Bypass y Manga)]: Mineral absorption and mineral nutritional status in patients with severe and morbid obesity - effects of gastric bypass and sleeve gastrectomyNot recruiting20/08/2012
A trial to evaluate the impact of an early start to iron/folic acid supplementation in pregnancy on deaths of newborns in rural BangladeshNot recruiting31/05/2012
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