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Child Nutrition Physiology

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  • 1.   Addressing children's oral health inequalities in Northern Ireland: a research-practice-community partnership initiative

    This study aimed to develop a policy to promote and facilitate healthier eating, researchers, practitioners, and the school community formed a partnership, together creating the Boost Better Breaks (BBB) school-based policy

    Public Health Rep, Vol: 116 Page: 617-25 2001 Nov-Dec
    R. Freeman; M. Oliver; G. Bunting; J. Kirk; W. Saunderson

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  • 2.   Community Mothers Programme--seven year follow-up of a randomized controlled trial of non-professional intervention in parenting

    The aim of this study was to assess child health, nutrition, cognitive stimulation, parenting skills, and maternal self-esteem following a Community Mothers Intervention Programme seven years earlier

    J Public Health Med, Vol: 22 Page: 337-42 September 2000
    Z. Johnson; B. Molloy; E. Scallan; P. Fitzpatrick; B. Rooney; T. Keegan; P. Byrne

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  • 3.   Evaluation of the Nutrition Education at Primary School (NEAPS) programme

    This study aimed to assess the impact and suitability of a pilot dietary educational programme for primary school pupils

    Public Health Nutr, Vol: 2 Page: 549-55 December 1999
    S. Friel; C. Kelleher; P. Campbell; G. Nolan

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  • 4.   Food poverty and health among schoolchildren in Ireland: findings from the Health Behaviour in School-aged Children (HBSC) study

    The aim of this study was to investigate the relationships between food poverty and food consumption, health and life satisfaction among school children

    Public Health Nutr, Vol: 10 Page: 364-70 April 2007
    M. Molcho; S. N. Gabhainn; C. Kelly; S. Friel; C. Kelleher

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  • 5.   Fruit and vegetable consumption and bone mineral density: the Northern Ireland Young Hearts Project

    The aim of this study was to determine whether usual fruit and vegetable intakes reported by adolescents have any influence on bone mineral density

    Am J Clin Nutr, Vol: 80 Page: 1019-23 October 2004
    C. P. McGartland; P. J. Robson; L. J. Murray; G. W. Cran; M. J. Savage; D. C. Watkins; M. M. Rooney; C. A. Boreham

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  • 6.   Issues in dietary intake assessment of children and adolescents

    This article discusses issues related to the collection of dietary data and urge caution when evaluating all such data.

    Br J Nutr, Vol: 92 Suppl 2 Page: S213-22 October 2004
    M. B. Livingstone; P. J. Robson; J. M. Wallace

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  • 7.   Nutrition in inflammatory bowel disease

    This article discusses nutrition in inflammatory bowel disease

    Best Pract Res Clin Gastroenterol, Vol: 20 Page: 561-73 2006
    M. O'Sullivan; C. O'Morain

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  • 8.   Patterns of milk and food intake in infants from birth to age 36 months: the Euro-growth study

    The aim of this study was to describe patterns of milk and food intake in infants from birth to age 36 months

    J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr, Vol: 31 Suppl 1 Page: S76-85 2000
    V. Freeman; M. van't Hof; F. Haschke

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