“Double Burden of Malnutrition”

@article{Kulkarni2017DoubleBO,
  title={“Double Burden of Malnutrition”},
  author={V. Kulkarni and Veena S. Kulkarni and R. Gaiha},
  journal={International Journal of Health Services},
  year={2017},
  volume={47},
  pages={108 - 133}
}
India has one of the highest rates of underweight burden, with signs of rising obesity. Coexistence of underweight and overweight persons is symptomatic of the “double burden of malnutrition.” The present study throws new light on the “double burden of malnutrition” among Indian women in the age group 22–49 years. The analysis is based on a nationally representative household survey, India Human Development Survey. Our results indicate the continuing pattern of socioeconomic segregation of… Expand
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