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FOOD AND NUTRITIONAL PROFILE OF INFANTS TREATED IN BASIC HEALTH UNIT IN RIO GRANDE DO NORTE

@inproceedings{Mendes2014FOODAN,
  title={FOOD AND NUTRITIONAL PROFILE OF INFANTS TREATED IN BASIC HEALTH UNIT IN RIO GRANDE DO NORTE},
  author={A L Mendes and Dayanna Queiroz and Andressa N L Melo and Thaiz M. Sureira and NIla Patr{\'i}cia Freire Pequeno},
  year={2014}
}
A child’s first two years of life are characterized by rapid growth and significant advances in the process of development and thus represent a critical period of vulnerability to social, economic and environmental ills. Nutritional deficiencies or inadequate conduct as regards feeding practices in this phase can increase the risks of infant morbimortality and inadequate growth and development1. The World Health Organization (WHO)2 recommends exclusive Breast Feeding (EBF) up to six months of… 

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