Diarrhea prevention through food safety education.

@article{Sheth2004DiarrheaPT,
  title={Diarrhea prevention through food safety education.},
  author={Mini K Sheth and Monika Obrah},
  journal={Indian journal of pediatrics},
  year={2004},
  volume={71 10},
  pages={879-82}
}
OBJECTIVE Food safety education (FSE) was imparted in order to reduce the prevalence of diarrhea in children and improving the knowledge, attitude and practices of mothers regarding safe feeding practices. METHODS The study was conducted on mothers (n=200) of underprivileged children (6-24 months) through Anganwadi workers (AWW). The food safety education package incorporated three messages: washing hands with soap and water, avoid feeding leftover food and keep surrounding clean. These were… CONTINUE READING

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