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Author London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine Public Health Forum (6th : 1996)

Title Diet, nutrition & chronic disease : lessons from contrasting worlds / edited by Prakash S. Shetty and Klim McPherson ; assistant editor, Alice Dickens
Published Chichester ; New York : Wiley, [1997]


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Description xvi, 301 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents Machine derived contents note: Overview of Diet-Related Non-Communicable Diseases. -- Prenatal Influences on Disease in Later Life. -- Cardiovascular Disease and Diabetes in Migrants - Interactions Between Nutritional Changes and Genetic Background. -- Inequalities in Diet and Health -- Dietary Fats and Non-Communicable Diseases. -- Diet and Large Bowel Cancer. -- Interactions Between Diet and endogenous Hormones: Possible Role in Breast Cancer -- Assessing the Net Effect of Alcohol Consumption on Mortality. -- The Public Health Impact of Globalisation of Food Trade -- Some Aspects of Norwegian Nutrition and Food Policy -- Symposium: The Burgeoning Global Burden of Obesity. -- Workshop Reports -- Diet, Lifestyle and Chronic Disease: Lessons From Contrasting Worlds. -- Where Do We Go From Here in Public Health? -- Index
Notes "London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, Sixth Annual Public Health Forum."
Proceedings of the Sixth London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine Public Health Forum, held Mar. 31-Apr. 3, 1996 in London
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Chronic diseases -- Congresses.
Nutritionally induced diseases -- Congresses.
World health -- Congresses.
Chronic Disease.
Global Health.
Nutritional Physiological Phenomena.
Chronic Disease.
Global Health.
Genre/Form Congress.
Conference papers and proceedings.
Author Dickens, Alice.
McPherson, Klim.
Shetty, Prakash S.
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medecine Public Health Forum (6th : 1996.)
LC no. 96050379
ISBN 0471971332 (cased)
Other Titles Diet, nutrition, and chronic disease