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Reproductive and Urinary Physiological Phenomena (2)
Articles on Reproductive and Urinary Physiological Phenomena
Effect of multiple micronutrient supplementation during pregnancy on maternal and birth outcomes.
We also evaluated the potential impact of multiple micronutrients on neonatal mortality according to the proportion of deliveries occurring in facilities (using a threshold of 60% to indicate functionality of health systems for skilled births). We included 17 studies for detailed dat...
Health implications of low cardiorespiratory fitness, too little exercise, and too much sitting time: changing paradigms and perceptions.
The practical challenges of evaluating a blanket emergency feeding programme in northern Kenya.
A blanket supplementary feeding programme for young children was implemented for four months in five northern districts of Kenya from January 2010 because of fears of food insecurity exacerbated by drought. An attempt to evaluate the impact of the food on children's anthropometric st...
Food Consumption Patterns of Infants and Toddlers: Where Are We Now?
To describe current infant-feeding practices and current food group consumption patterns of infants and toddlers and to compare 2008 data with 2002 data to identify shifts in these practices and food consumption over time.
Effect of ammonium chloride supplementation on urine pH and urinary fractional excretion of electrolytes in goats.
To determine whether dietary supplementation with ammonium chloride would affect urine pH or urinary fractional excretion (FE) of electrolytes in goats fed grass hay. Clinical trial. 15 yearling castrated male goats. In the dose response study, 3 yearling goats fed orchard grass hay and water ad lib...
Exaggerated sympathetic and pressor responses to handgrip exercise in older hypertensive humans: role of the muscle metaboreflex.
Recent animal studies have reported that exercise pressor reflex (EPR)-mediated increases in blood pressure are exaggerated in hypertensive (HTN) rodents. Whether these findings can be extended to human hypertension remains unclear. Mean arterial pressure (MAP), muscle sympathetic nerve activity (MS...
Neighbourhood food environments: are they associated with adolescent dietary intake, food purchases and weight status?
To examine neighbourhood food environments, adolescent nutrition and weight status. Cross-sectional, observational study. Minneapolis/St. Paul metropolitan region, Minnesota, USA. A total of 349 adolescents were recruited to the study. Participants completed 24 h dietary recalls and had their weight...
Heterogeneity of dietary profiles in highly sedentary young Guadeloupean women.
Menopause perspectives and treatment of Asian women.
Developing nutrition information systems in Eastern and Southern Africa.