To Assess the Nutritional Status and Morbidity Patterns Among Non-Pregnant Non-Lactating Rural Women of Reproductive Age Group ( 1840 Years )

@inproceedings{Mittal2013ToAT,
  title={To Assess the Nutritional Status and Morbidity Patterns Among Non-Pregnant Non-Lactating Rural Women of Reproductive Age Group ( 1840 Years )},
  author={Megha Mittal},
  year={2013}
}
The study was undertaken to assess the nutritional status, dietary intake and morbidity patterns among 100 non-pregnant non-lactating rural women of reproductive age group (18-40 years) in the village Bashahpur, Gurgaon. A cross-sectional survey was conducted using both qualitative and quantitative data-collection methods. The study involved interviews using a questionnaire, measurement of food/nutrient intake, anthropometry, observations of clinical signs of morbidities and assessment of their… CONTINUE READING

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