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Nutritional status of children of Mexican-American migrant families



Nutritional status of children of Mexican-American migrant families



Journal of the American Dietetic Association 64(1): 29-35



The nutritional status of children from birth to 8 years old from 149 poor Mexican-American families of migrant farm labourers in Texas was estimated over 3 years from dietary intake, blood chemistry, clinical study including arm circumference and triceps skin-fold measurements, incidence of caries and socioeconomic factors. Some were seen in only 1 or 2 years.

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