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PREFACE
pp. 1-2(2)
Authors: PELLETT, PETER; JACKSON, ROBERT

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INTRODUCTORY OBSERVATIONS: THE REGION, NUTRITION, AND HEALTH
pp. 3-16(14)
Authors: JACKSON, ROBERT; PELLETT, PETER

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OVERWEIGHT ADOLESCENT GIRLS AND FAMILY HISTORY OF CHRONIC NONCOMMUNICABLE DISEASES
pp. 17-27(11)
Authors: RASHED, MOTAZA; JACKSON, ROBERT

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ANEMIA AND INFECTION IN SCHOOL-AGED EGYPTIAN CHILDREN
pp. 29-40(12)
Authors: WINHAM, DONNA; HARRISON, GAIL; GALAL, OSMAN; EL-TOBGUI, MONA

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FEEDING PRACTICES INFLUENCE WEIGHT AND HEMOGLOBIN STATUSIN KUWAITI INFANTS
pp. 41-59(19)
Authors: AHMAD, AL-HAIFI; FATMA, HUFFMAN

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GENDER AND AGE DIFFERENCES IN ANEMIA PREVALENCE DURING THE LIFECYCLE IN KUWAIT
pp. 61-75(15)
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IRON DEFICIENCY IS AN IMPORTANT CONTRIBUTOR TO ANEMIA AMONG REPRODUCTIVE AGE WOMEN IN LEBANON
pp. 77-92(16)
Authors: (BABA), NAHLA; ADRA, NADA; JACKSON, ROBERT

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GROWTH STATUS OF CHILDREN IN NORTH WEST SYRIA: A COMPARISON OF THREE RURAL LIVELIHOOD GROUPS
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