Sherlie Jean Louis Dulience

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AIM To examine the nutrition-related factors associated with motor and language development among young children living in a poor urban area of Haiti. METHODS Children aged 6-11 months (n = 583) were enrolled and followed monthly for one year. World Health Organization motor developmental milestones and vowel and consonant counts were assessed.(More)
BACKGROUND Haiti has experienced rapid urbanization that has exacerbated poverty and undernutrition in large slum areas. Stunting affects 1 in 5 young children. OBJECTIVE We aimed to test the efficacy of a daily lipid-based nutrient supplement (LNS) for increased linear growth in young children. DESIGN Healthy, singleton infants aged 6-11 mo (n = 589)(More)
There is limited and inconsistent empirical evidence regarding the role of economic factors in breastfeeding practices, globally. Studies have found both negative and positive associations between low income and exclusive breastfeeding (EBF). Employment, which should improve household income, may reduce EBF due to separation of mother and infant. In the(More)
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