Gastrointestinal Aspects of Malnutrition in Children

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Michael Gracey

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Throughout history mankind has suffered many scourges. In many parts of the world improvements in living standards, hygiene, nutrition, medical care and preventive public health programmes have made many of these infectious , diseases things of the past. However, in the so called "developing" countries, diarrhoeal diseases of infancy and childhood are still major problems which cause many millions of deaths each year (Mata, 1985).

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Gracey M. Gastrointestinal Aspects of Malnutrition in Children. PI [Internet]. 25Jul.2019 [cited 20Sep.2019];28(3-4):85-6. Available from: https://paediatricaindonesiana.org/index.php/paediatrica-indonesiana/article/view/2248
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