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A clinical and biochemical survey of 400 women during the latter half of pregnancy and early lactation, and belonging to the lower income strata of the Jewish population of Jerusalem, was performed in order to study their status of nutrition with regard to riboflavin. Clinically, no certain case...
A dietary survey has been conducted of eighty-two families of Jews from Cochin living in two agricultural settlements in Israel. The evidence presented shows that a considerable change of food habits has taken place, since these people immigrated to Israel. Most conspicuous is the acceptance of...
The results of blood coagulation studies following intravenous fat infusion in normal subjects and patients with coagulation disorders are reported. The only consistent change noted was a decrease in the Russell viper venom time. The Russell viper venom time is considered to be a poor indicator...
Serum cholesterol levels of 37 newborn girls (68 mg./100 ml., S.D. 20) in Guatemala City were significantly higher than those in 28 newborn boys (55 mg./100 ml., S.D. 11). Although two different diets were studied, no tendency was observed for the infant's serum cholesterol levels to be related...
Serum cholesterol levels of forty-two apparently healthy non-pregnant North American women who have lived in Guatemala City for at least two years were determined. The groups were twenty to twenty-nine, thirty to thirty-nine, forty to forty-nine and fifty to fifty-nine years of age. Dietary...
The U. S. Department of Agriculture report on household food consumption in 1955 1 indicates that the average American household is consuming more than a sufficient amount of all nutrients studied to assure its members an adequate diet. However, since the supply of other essential nutrients is...
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