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Differences in the nutritional status of 7 to 11 year old children from 2 geonomically different rural areas in slovakia czechoslovakia



Differences in the nutritional status of 7 to 11 year old children from 2 geonomically different rural areas in slovakia czechoslovakia



Ceskoslovenska Gastroenterologie a Vyziva 39(3): 137-144



In spring 1981 and 1982 a comprehensive nutrition survey was made of population groups in the mountainous area of Ulic-Ublan in northeastern Slovakia and in the lowland area of Jaslovske Bohunice in southwestern Slovakia. Differences in the nutritional status of children in the 2 areas, manifested in different somatometric, clinical, stomatological, hematological and biochemical parameters are evaluated. The findings are compared with results of surveys made in both areas, using the same methods, 20 yr ago. Common developmental trends and their possible relationship with changes of the dietary pattern of the population during the period of investigation are described.

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