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Current status of education and research on public health

Details: PHN programs by field of education using the official classification methods of each country or region. In Japan, South Korea, and China, departments were classi-fied into 12, 7, and 12 fields of education, respectively, by the name of the department [26–28]. In Taiwan, de-partments were classified into 9 fields of education based

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Effect of a nutrition education programme on the metabolic

Details: The nutrition education programme was conducted for 2 h per week for 8 weeks. In addition, the NEP had weekly peer-to-peer interactions for 8 weeks. All groups had follow-up sessions for 6 months. Data on MetS risk factors as well as food intake patterns and physical activity levels were taken at baseline and at different time points during the

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Current status of education and research on public health

Details: Although the importance of capacity building for public health nutrition (PHN) has been increasing globally, reports on the current status of training programs for PHN in East-Asia including Japan are limited. The aim of this study was to compare the current status of education and research activities in the field of PHN in Japan with those in South Korea, Taiwan, and mainland China.

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Nutrition education and cooking workshops for families of

Details: Changes in food intake are common in children with cancer and are often caused by nausea and perturbations in sense of taste. The VIE (Valorization, Implication, Education) study proposes family-based nutrition and cooking education workshops during childhood cancer treatments. Process evaluation during implementation allows to assess if the intervention was delivered as …

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Maternal participation in a nutrition education program in

Details: Nutrition education can be effective to improve caregiver feeding practices and children’s dietary diversity and the frequency by which they are fed. A 10-week nutrition education and supplemental feeding program appears to provide some benefit to children in terms of dietary diversity and frequency of meals, and caregiver knowledge of

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Effect of a nutrition education programme on the metabolic

Details: education with peer to peer support; while the control group (C) received standard care. Participants were ran-domized to either NE or NEP or C groups by use of ran-dom numbers as shown in Fig. 1. To allow equal chances for participants, randomization was stratified on

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Successes and challenges of using a peer Mentor model for

Details: Delivering nutrition education within an emergency food pantry (EFP) provides an opportunity to reach many food insecure households and underserved populations. However, little is known about using a peer mentor model, “Community Cooks,” as a modality to deliver nutrition education within this setting. This research aimed to identify the successes and challenges of using a …

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A randomized controlled trial of nutrition education to

Details: Yet, nutrition education expressly designed for WIC to encourage farmers’ market use is lacking. This report describes the protocol guiding the design and evaluation of the WIC Fresh Start program, a theory-driven, web-based nutrition education lesson to promote farmers’ market FV purchases and consumption among WIC participants.

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Identifying perceived barriers and

Details: To design effective nutrition education interventions for college students, research is needed to determine the factors influencing food choices. The purpose of this study was to identify perceived barriers and enablers of healthy eating in college students ages 18–24 at the University of Hawai’i at Mānoa. Prior to conducting focus groups, an interview guide was developed based on a

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Mothers’ knowledge and attitudes regarding child feeding

Details: Nutrition education should emphasize on improving mothers’ nutrition knowledge regarding infant and young child feeding recommendations and supporting mothers to overcome barriers to feed their children with adequate diets. Peer Review reports. Background.

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Being the younger child in a large African Family: a study

Details: The movement’s goal is to assure access to high quality family planning to all women worldwide. More public education for families, health providers, and policy makers on the health risks for later born children in large families likely will provide greater incentives to encourage effective contraception use and to target nutrition interventions.

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Promoting healthy eating in primary health care from the

Details: Educational interventions designed to promote healthy eating are essential in primary health care. Nevertheless, given the nutrition controversies about what is healthy, the contradictions created by the media, and the situation of users with complex needs, the prioritization of the themes to be addressed in the services has scarcely been described in the planning process.

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Nutritional knowledge of youth academy athletes BMC

Details: The results of current study further support recommendations for nutrition education programs for both youth athletes and coaches , as Little et al. has shown that as little as five nutrition education sessions can be effective in improving nutrition and supplement knowledge in youth athletes from low-income communities. This may be reflective

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Effects of nutrition education on recurrent coronary

Details: Changes in lifestyle include a healthy diet. However, due to different educational approaches, the effects of nutritional counselling are still not very encouraging and require further study. The objective of this study was to analyse the effectiveness of a nutrition education intervention program on mortality and recurrence of cardiovascular events evaluated after one and four years of follow-up.

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Poverty and poor education are key determinants of high

Details: Education is an additional factor which is thought to influence the food security status of households even though its relationship to food security status of a household has not been clearly established. It is known that wealth status, often

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Curricular evaluation of “SHOKUIKU program” as a

Details: Newly introduced education programs are generally required to objectively validate the educational implications, as has been the case with problem-based learning (PBL) [18, 19]. The SHOKUIKU program is a newly established educational program integrating the arts and sciences, and an evaluation of this program is needed.

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The effect of culinary interventions (cooking classes) on

Details: In one study, Curtis et al. performed a randomized cluster trial in which 169 families (with 589 individuals) were randomized to 3 groups: nutrition education, cooking classes, and cooking classes + nutrition education + goal setting. The authors analyzed fat, carbohydrate, protein, vitamin C, and iron intake as well as energy density.

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Adolescent food insecurity in rural Sindh, Pakistan: a

Details: Based on descriptive statistics, categories of mother and father education were made. Father education was divided into no education, less than 10 years and more than 10 years of formal education. For mothers, the same education categories were not possible and data distribution depicted only two possible categories i.e. illiterate and literate.

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Uptake of minimum acceptable diet among

Details: Mother education is one determinant factor affecting practice of feeding diversified food. Children born from mothers who were well educated and had a secondary level education or higher education had feeding with diversified foods [12, 15]. Media exposure and income level have positive association with dietary diversity practice.

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Nutritional status and associated factors among people

Details: The highest level of education attained by the comparative majority of the respondents (42.1%) was primary education. Most also lived outside the Ho Municipality (66.4%) and were employed (86.8%). Also, 34.9% of the respondents were engaged in trading as their major occupation. A comparative majority of the respondents (32.2%) has been on

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Risk factors for overweight and obesity among women of

Details: Confounders considered included age, marital status, education, parity, wealth index, and employment type. The final model was adjusted by total energy intake. Please note, wealth index was created using principal component analysis then categorised into tertile.

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Familial aggregation and socio-demographic correlates of

Details: Background Studies on aggregation of taste preferences among children and their siblings as well as their parents are scarce. We investigated the familial aggregation of taste preferences as well as the effect of sex, age, country of residence and education on variation in taste preferences in the pan- European I.Family cohort. Method Thirteen thousand one hundred sixty-five participants from

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Minimum acceptable diet practice and its associated

Details: Mother education was significantly associated with minimum acceptable diet practice. Based on this study, mothers who had formal education were 2.7 times more likely to provide minimum acceptable diets for their children compared to mothers who had no formal education. This finding was supported by a study done in Dembecha . This might show

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What factors are associated with the

Details: The protective effects of maternal education and household wealth were less significant high increases of mild and moderate anemia were also observed in women with above secondary level education and the highest wealth quintiles. Therefore, comprehensive community-based nutrition education in Ethiopia should be strengthened.

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Community-based nutrition-sensitive approach to address

Details: Undernutrition in childhood is an important factor that greatly impedes the achievement of full human potential at adulthood. Despite increased enrolment of pupils in primary schools in developing countries, short-term hunger and undernutrition continue to impact negatively on school attendance, retention and education outcomes in economically disadvantaged rural areas.

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Exploring maternal nutrition counseling provided by health

Details: “This education and counseling could be better given by health professionals who are educated and trained in nutrition. It is a fact that nutrition counseling and education could be provided by nutrition professionals better than other health professionals.

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Gender and education as predictors of food insecurity

Details: Furthermore, the FAO global report labeled education as a “strong engine” which enhances productivity, employability and earning capacity to alleviate poverty and hunger. Considering its importance, education in the present study setting has relevant …

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Dietary zinc intake and its determinants among Ethiopian

Details: National average dietary zinc intake was 1.74 mg/day. Socio-economic status, maternal education, and maternal age were positively associated with dietary zinc intake, while the number of children under 5 years-of-age in a household was negatively associated with dietary zinc intake (p …

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Socio-economic and spatial correlates of subclinical

Details: Since women’s education is an important factor for nutritional status, it was broken down into three categories: no formal education, primary education, and secondary or higher education. One of the background characteristics used in this study was …

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Exploring the views of young women and their healthcare

Details: Pregnancy is a window of opportunity for improving nutrition but often constrained by social circumstances. Health professionals should be supported in their role to access education, training and resources which build their self-efficacy to facilitate change in this vulnerable population group beyond the routine care they provide.

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Effectiveness of integrated nutrition interventions on

Details: Background Although malnutrition particularly stunting is recognized as multi-causal, there has been limited integrated nutrition interventions to reduce its burden in children under-fives and those existing are not well evaluated. This study tested the effectiveness of provision of health and nutrition education and promotion of home gardening in child stunting. Methods The study used a …

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Nutritional characterisation of low-income households of

Details: The women generally had either primary education (63.9 %) or secondary and above (34.2 %); few women had not attended school (2.0 %). The women in Dagoretti had a higher level of education than in Korogocho (p-value <0.001). Overall 43.0 % of women in the households had some kind of paid employment, and this proportion was significantly higher

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Factors associated with stunting among children below five

Details: Mother’s education continues to be associated with stunting. Higher odds of stunting being observed among children whose mothers had no education. The same has been confirmed in previous studies and the results imply that maternal education may provide protective effects against all under-nutrition indicators in children [5, 14, 16, 17

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Factors associated with malnutrition in children < 5 years

Details: As such, proper education on feeding practices during post-natal period should be enhanced. Children with under-nutrition were also shown to be more likely to have delayed developmental milestones. This finding was consistent with other studies [21,22,23]. This could be because they lack the macro and micronutrients necessary for normal growth

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Nutrition knowledge, attitude and practices among urban

Details: Kenya is undergoing rapid urbanization resulting in changing lifestyles. Childhood dietary habits are changing and might result in childhood obesity and related health risks. Dietary habits learnt in early life are likely to be carried to adulthood. Nutrition knowledge and positive attitude are known to influence dietary practices. There is paucity of information on nutrition knowledge

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Risk factors associated with underweight

Details: There has been a slight increase in the percentage of women who have completed secondary education in Rwanda, from 1.2 % in 2005 to 2.8 % in 2010 , and we hypothesize that further gains in women’s education may translate into improved child nutrition outcomes [7, 31, 32].

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Different forms of malnutrition among under five children

Details: The factors significantly associated (p-value < 0.001) with stunting are age of child, Place of residence, division, father’s education, mother’s education, father’s occupation, mother’s occupation, mother’s BMI, wealth index, toilet facility, number of living children and birth order.Age of child, sex of child, Place of residence, division, mother’s BMI and wealth index are

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Early childhood caries and malnutrition: baseline and two

Details: The global “nutrition transition” has increased children’s consumption of sugary snacks and beverages (junk food), compounding their risk for poor oral health and malnutrition. The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between early childhood caries (ECC) and malnutrition in a community context. This is a baseline and two-year follow-up analysis of a community-based

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Food and nutrition literacy status and its correlates in

Details: The results of the bivariate analysis of FNL determinant factors are presented in Tables 2 and 3.As shown in Table 2, a significant positive but poor correlation was found between knowledge score and academic performance (r = 0.188), mother education (r = 0.113), and SES score (r = 0.153).Higher BMI-for-age Z-score was also significantly correlated with functional scores (r = 0.115).

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Prevalence of initiation of complementary feeding at 6

Details: Mothers with formal education may be more likely to read and understand the benefits of initiation of complementary feeding at 6 months of age for their children. In addition, there is strong evidence that maternal education is associated with improved child-care practices, a reduced odds of stunting, and better ability to access and benefit

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Determinants of infant and young

Details: Suboptimal feeding practices have a negative impact on children’s health and growth in the first 2 years of life and increase their risk of undernutrition, morbidity, and mortality. The aim of the study was to assess the factors that influence infant and young child feeding practices among urban mothers in a hospital setting at Karachi, Pakistan.

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Outcomes of a randomized controlled trial of nutrition

Details: The Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) is designed to safeguard the health of low-income women, infants, and children up to age 5 who are nutritionally at risk by providing healthy foods to supplement diets (via WIC food packages), nutrition education, and counseling and referrals to health and other social services [].

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Trends and inequalities in stunting in Nepal: a secondary

Details: Among mothers with no education, the prevalence of stunting in children under 5 years decreased from 61.4% in 2001 to 45.7% in 2016. In 2001, there was a gap of 26.7% between mothers with no education and mothers with higher education and in 2006, it widened up to 41.7% and then decreased to 24.6% in 2016 (Fig. 2).

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The effect of maternal and child factors on stunting

Details: The distal determinants are the resources necessary for achieving adequate food security, care, and a healthy environment. The distal determinants assessed included household socioeconomic status, maternal education, access to safe water and access to sanitary toilet facilities. Briefly, a description of main independent variables is as follows:

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Chronic energy deficiency and associated

Details: The risk of developing chronic energy deficiency of no formal education increased risk of by 2(AOR = 2.05,95%CI: 1.005,4.210) as compared to those having secondary education and above. With regard to the clinical stage of the disease, those who are in the WHO stage three and four were 3.84 times (AOR = 3.84, 95%CI: 1.83, 10.72) at risk of

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Nutritional status and associated factors among high

Details: Adolescents are among the nutritionally vulnerable group due to their nutritional demand for pubertal spurt. At this age, adequate nutrition, nutritional education, and counseling are very important to halt the consequence and its impact on this segment of the population. So, the aim of this study was to assess the prevalence and its associated factors of nutritional status among high school

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Prevalence of undernutrition and risk factors of severe

Details: Malnutrition is a major public health problem in developing countries including Tanzania, contributing up to 50 % of under-five mortality. East Africa region was among the three United Nations (UN) subregions with the highest prevalence of stunting in 2011. In resource limited countries, the available little resources in hospitals are likely to be used focusing the primary clinical problem

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Modeling the predictors of stunting in Ethiopia: analysis

Details: Education was categorized into no education, primary, secondary, and tertiary. Age of the respondents was initially categorized primarily into seven 5-year groups, but, during analysis, it was re-categorized into four groups (15–19, 20–29, 30–39, 40–49).

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Factors associated with sugar-sweetened beverage

Details: While there were no statistically significant differences in SSB consumption between 2015 and 2017 within subgroups by gender, age, or race, several approached significance (p < 0.10), Table 2).Conversely, among those with a high school education or less, the prevalence of daily SSB consumption decreased 31% from 61% in 2015 to 42% in 2017 (p < 0.01).

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