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Health, nutrition and school performance: what are the connections? First international meeting of UNESCO Project to Improve Primary School Performance through Nutrition and Health Interventions



Health, nutrition and school performance: what are the connections? First international meeting of UNESCO Project to Improve Primary School Performance through Nutrition and Health Interventions



Nutrition 5(4): 243-245



This is a brief report of the First International Meeting of UNESCO Project to Improve Primary School Performance through Nutrition and Health Interventions held in Stockholm, 3-5 April, 1989.

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