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Malaria and anaemia are important health problems among children globally. Iron deficiency anaemia may offer protection against malaria infection and iron supplementation may increase the risk of(More)
We hypothesize that bacterially synthesized nutrients in the large intestine may significantly influence the nutritional status of humans and, specifically, that of the colonocytes. In vivo research(More)
AIM High iron measured using dietary intake and biomarkers is associated with Type 2 diabetes. It is uncertain whether a similar association exists for gestational diabetes mellitus. The aim of this(More)
OBJECTIVES Patterns of infection among children with varying levels of iron status in a malaria endemic area may vary spatially in ways requiring integrated infection and iron deficiency control(More)
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