Nutrition resources

These resources address nutrition and related topics, including diabetes, obesity, and breastfeeding:

Ahiadeke, C et al. (2000).  “Breastfeeding behavior and infant survival with emphasis on reverse causation bias: some evidence from Nigeria.”  Soc Biol 47(1-2): 94-113.

Antipatis, V.J. & T.P. Gill (2001).  “Obesity as a Global Problem.”  International textbook of obesity.  P. Bjorntorp.  Chichester; New York, Wiley: 3-22.

Azaiaz, F. & H. Palti (1997).  “Determinants of breastfeeding among rural Moslem women in Israel.”  Fam Syst Health 15(2): 203-211.

Bhalotra, S. et al. (2010).  “The puzzle of Muslim advantage in child survival in India.”  J. Health Econ 29(2): 191-204.

Drewnowski, A. et al. (2013).  “Food environment and socioeconomic status influence obesity rates in Seattle and in Paris.”  International Journal of Obesity (97)1-9.

Elwood, P. et al. (2005).  “Long term effect of breast feeding: cognitive function in the Caerphilly cohort.”  I Epidemiol Community Health 59(2): 130-133.

Gluckman, P. et al. (2009).  “Epigenetic mechanisms that underpin metabolic and cardiovascular diseases.”  Nature Reviews Endocrinology5(7): 401-408.

Lawlor, D.A. & N. Chaturvedi. (2006).  “Treatmnt and prevention of obesity–are there critical periods for intervention?” Int. J. Epidemiol. 35(1): 3-9.

Montgomery, S.M. et al.  (2006).  “Breast feeding and resilience against psychosocial stress.”  Archives of Disease in Childhood  91(12): 990-994.

Parsons, T.J. et al.  (2003).  “Infant feeding and obesity through the lifecourse.”  Arch Dis Child  88(9): 793-794.