The 10th Nutritional & Health-related Environmental Studies Newsletter features the following articles.
Meeting & News
- Scientists converge in Kingston, Jamaica to learn how to assess gut dysfunction using a stable isotope technique
- Project meetings on assessing vitamin A body pools
- Bringing stable isotope techniques closer to the people through e-learning platforms
- Nuclear Techniques for Better Nutrition
- Student’s visit from Wageningen University and University of Vienna
- Double Burden of Malnutrition - Symposium Follow-Up Report
- Results of FTIR use and ownership survey 2018
- Measuring growth and medium- and longer-term outcomes in malnourished children
- Challenges and opportunities to tackle the rising prevalence of diet-related non-communicable diseases in Africa
- IAEA Human Health Series No. 35
- Dispatch from the warm heart of Africa: How nuclear techniques are contributing to understanding the double burden of malnutrition in Malawi
- A day in the life of an IAEA nutrition expert
- Launch of the UNSCN Nutrition 44 - Food environments: Where people meet the food system
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