Husni Muadz

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BACKGROUND Evaluating the impact of nutrition interventions on developmental outcomes in developing countries can be challenging since most assessment tests have been produced in and for developed country settings. Such tests may not be valid measures of children's abilities when used in a new context. AIMS We present several principles for the selection,(More)
  • Patricia Elizabeth Pérez, Michael Hammond, Kerry Green, Date Louann, Gerken Date, Diane Ohala +76 others
  • 1997
As members of the Final Examination Committee, we certify that we have read the dissertation prepared by Final approval and acceptance of this dissertation is contingent upon the candidate's submission of the final copy of the dissertation to the Graduate College. I hereby certify that I have read the dissertation as prepared under my direction and(More)
Maternal caregiving capacity, which is affected in part by cognition and mood, is crucial for the health of mothers and infants. Few interventions aim to improve maternal and infant health through improving such capacity. Multiple micronutrient (MMN) supplementation may improve maternal cognition and mood, since micronutrients are essential for brain(More)
OBJECTIVES We investigated the relative benefit of maternal multiple micronutrient (MMN) supplementation during pregnancy and until 3 months postpartum compared with iron/folic acid supplementation on child development at preschool age (42 months). METHODS We assessed 487 children of mothers who participated in the Supplementation with Multiple(More)
We would like to thank the SUMMIT Study Group, whose rigorous work in carrying out the SUMMIT program laid the foundation for this research an made it possible. We also thank the families and communities in Lombok who participated in the study and the Indonesian Institute of Abstract Background. Evaluating the impact of nutrition interventions on(More)
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