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COMMITTEE ON NUTRITION
THE Committee on Nutrition of the American Academy of Pediatrics has strongly endorsed the use of milk and infant formula products as primary vehicles for vitamin D supplementation to ensure a totalExpand
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Sex and Population Differences in the Incidence of a Plasma Cholinesterase Variant
Accumulating knowledge of polymorphic enzyme systems poses intriguing possibilities of anthropologic genetics. Development of an automated procedure for determination of heterozygosity orExpand
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INFANT METHEMOGLOBINEMIA: The Role of Dietary Nitrate
In the United States and Canada, processed infant foods have not been implicated in methemoglobinemia associated with food or water intake in infants. Although raw spinach and beets have a higherExpand
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Automated measurement of urinary iodine.
We describe a simplified, automated method for screening urinary iodine. Digestion with strong acid is avoided by dialyzing urine and then directly analyzing iodine in the dialysate with the cericExpand
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Suggested sex and age appropriate values for "low" and "deficient" hemoglobin levels.
New values for "deficient" and "low" Hb have been calculated as the smoothed 5th and the 15th percentiles for white males and females included in the National Health and Nutrition Examination SurveyExpand
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Relation of chronology of deciduous tooth emergence to height, weight and head circumference in children.
Summary---In this United States probability sample of a nutritional survey conducted in 1969-1970, data for 273 caucasoid children (ages l-3 yr) were analysed to determine if deciduous toothExpand
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Gastric emptying in health and in gastroduodenal disease.
Summary The rate of gastric emptying was measured by a radioisotopic technique in patients without gastroduodenal disease and in patients with gastric ulcer, duodenal ulcer, and neoplasm of theExpand
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