Advances in International Maternal and Child Health, Volume 7
In the seventh edition of this annual volume of essays on international maternal and child health care, distinguished contributors write on a range of important current issues. Topics covered include maternal health care in developing countries and the repercussions of inadequate maternal health care; breastfeeding and new perspectives on child nutrition; alternative health care approaches in the treatment of working and street children, and child abuse and neglect in Africa.
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PERSPECTIVES IN VITAMIN A DEFICIENCY
HEALTH STATUS OF WORKING AND STREET
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