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MI Goran, TR Nagy, MS Treuth, C Trowbridge, C Dezenberg, A McGloin and BA Gower Department of Nutrition Sciences, University of Alabama at Birmingham 35294, USA. firstname.lastname@example.org The objectives of this study were 1) to examine interrelations among intraabdominal adipose tissue (IAAT) and other...
P Roggero, E Cataliotti, L Ulla, S Stuflesser, G Nebbia, D Bracaloni, A Lucianetti and B Gridelli I Department of Pediatrics, University Medical School of Milan, Italy. Nutrition deficiencies are common in children with chronic liver disease. To determine whether age, hepatic dysfunction, or...
A Wiesemann Department of Family Medicine, University of Heidelberg, Germany. There is consensus among all German health professionals, including primary care physicians, that a holistic approach to healthy living begins with good nutrition. In northern Baden, 2100 general practitioners and...
GJ Hiddink, JG Hautvast, CM van Woerkum, CJ Fieren and MA van 't Hof Dairy Foundation on Nutrition and Health, Maarssen, Netherlands. To clarify the role of the primary care physician (PCP) in providing nutrition information to the public, we investigated in a random sample of Dutch consumers...
HW Vaandrager and MA Koelen Department of Communication and Innovation Studies, Wageningen Agricultural University, Netherlands. Finding a strategy to improve-diets is a concern of many politicians and health promoters. Distribution of information is one strategy, but seems to be relatively...
JC Bakx, A Stafleu, WA van Staveren, HJ van den Hoogen and C van Weel Department of Family and Social Medicine, University of Nijmegen, Netherlands. This paper reports research using data in the Nijmegen Family Practice Monitoring Project. One part of the research is follow-up, after 17 y, of a...
T Drenthen Dutch College of General Practitioners (NHG), Utrecht, The Netherlands. In the Netherlands the general practitioner (GP) plays an important role in prevention. Every Dutch citizen has to be registered with one GP and GPs know their patients well. Face-to-face contact is a relatively...
MB Reddy and JD Cook Department of Medicine, Kansas University Medical Center, Kansas City 66160, USA. Recent studies based on radioiron measurements from single meals have suggested that calcium has a strongly inhibitory influence on nonheme- iron absorption. In view of evidence that the...
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