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Although much is now known concerning the nutritional requirements of the whole animal, relatively little is known concerning the nutritional requirements of individual organs, such as the brain. Obviously normal brain metabolism requires that the blood bring to it certain specific nutrients in...
We have discussed various problems of the incidence, etiology, and development of congenital malformations, especially those of the central nervous system. It is noted that the frequency with which congenital malformations of the central nervous system occur is relatively large in various human...
The purpose of this paper is to describe the difficulties in devising methods for the comprehensive study of the role of nutrition in chronic illness. By combination of the methods, longitudinal studies of the role of food can be carried out. It is our conviction that such longitudinal studies,...
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