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Works Title Sources Adequacy of evidence for physical activity guidelines development : workshop summary Celebrating diversity : approaching families through their food Dietary Reference Intakes Research Synthesis Workshop summary DRI Foodborne disease and public health : summary of an Iranian-American workshop Nutrition, principles and application in health promotion, c Nutrition screening, assessment, and guidance during pregnancy : an educational module for health care professionals Nutritional risk assessment : perspectives, methods, and data challenges : workshop summary Planning a Women, Infants, and Children research agenda School meals : building blocks for healthy children.
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Chair: Robert S. Lawrence, professor of health policy and management and professor of environmental health sciences, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore.
Intervention strategies tailored for Aboriginal communities, such as school nutrition programs, are valued by community members and have the potential to improve access to healthy foods for these vulnerable children. Phase 1 grantees that have demonstrated proof-of-concept for their idea will have the opportunity to apply for a Phase 2 grant. Results We recruited a total of 69 patients with coeliac disease; 49 of them submitted the food questionnaire at the time of diagnosis, of which 37 submitted another food questionnaire a year after. Throughout all themes, the crucial components in moving this research agenda forward were identified as capacity building, training support, and research partnerships, with the latter to encompass other research funding organizations, the food industry, governments, and other collaborative groups. Multiple factors affect early brain development and function. Junga , H.
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Enhancing the Master's Degree in the Natural Sciences. Project director: Peter Henderson.
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Sloan Foundation. Grand Challenges for Engineering. National Academy of Engineering. Project director: Randy Atkins.