Public health nutrition

(ISSN: 1368-9800)

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2016 - 19 (11)

  • Dietary associations of fathers and their children between the ages of 20 months and 5 years. 
  • Prevalence of grade 1, 2 and 3 thinness is associated with lower socio-economic status in children in Shanghai, China. 
  • Is nutrient intake associated with physical activity levels in healthy young adults? 
  • Validation of self-reported figural drawing scales against anthropometric measurements in adults. 
  • Accessibility of summer meals and the food insecurity of low-income households with children. 
  • Public health nutrition capacity: assuring the quality of workforce preparation for scaling up nutrition programmes. 
  • Using a mixed-methods approach to measure impact of a school-based nutrition and media education intervention study on fruit and vegetable intake of Italian children. 
  • Psychosocial constructs were not mediators of intervention effects for dietary and physical activity outcomes in a church-based lifestyle intervention: Delta Body and Soul III. 
  • Dietary patterns of women aged 50-69 years and associations with nutrient intake, sociodemographic factors and key risk factors for non-communicable diseases. 
  • Ultra-processed food purchases in Norway: a quantitative study on a representative sample of food retailers. 
  • Acceptability and feasibility of the 'DASH for Asthma' intervention in a randomized controlled trial pilot study. 
  • A multilevel analysis of the relationship between parental migration and left-behind children's macronutrient intakes in rural China. 
  • Implications of supermarket access, neighbourhood walkability and poverty rates for diabetes risk in an employee population. 
  • The Child-care Food and Activity Practices Questionnaire (CFAPQ): development and first validation steps. 
  • Predicting habits of vegetable parenting practices to facilitate the design of change programmes. 
  • Development and calibration of a dietary nitrate and nitrite database in the NIH-AARP Diet and Health Study. 
  • Trends in food and beverage television brand appearances viewed by children and adolescents from 2009 to 2014 in the USA. 
  • Sodium sources in the Japanese diet: difference between generations and sexes. 
  • Using political science to progress public health nutrition: a systematic review. 
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