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Nutrition: Problems, Potential & Progress

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Nutrition: Problems, Potential & Progress - The Debate

Millions of children still malnourished? In our studio we bring together more than a century of expertise, and ask: 'why, & what are the solutions'. In this Debate: Dr David Nabarro, Professor Lawrence Haddad, Professor Andrew Tomkins, Dr Purnima Menon, and Dr Anna Lartey. Watch it in Spanish

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Africa’s coming years: Food security, sustainable nutrition and the importance of research to our children.
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Africa’s coming years: Food security, sustainable nutrition and the importance of research to our children.

Annamarie Kruger, Africa Unit for Transdisciplinary Health Research (AUTHeR), Faculty of Health Sciences, North-West University, South Africa
The first 1,000 days of life: The brain’s window of opportunity
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The first 1,000 days of life: The brain’s window of opportunity

Sarah Cusick, PhD and Michael K. Georgieff, MD
Challenges in the management of malnutrition in children
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Challenges in the management of malnutrition in children

Farah Naz Qamar, Ali Faisal Saleem, Zulfiqar Ahmed Bhutta
The role of foods as source of nutrients in the prevention of stunting
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The role of foods as source of nutrients in the prevention of stunting

Saskia de Pee & Martin W Bloem

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Controversies around preventive iron supplementation in children as a public health strategy
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Controversies around preventive iron supplementation in children as a public health strategy

Globally around two billion people are anemic with iron deficiency being the leading cause. Iron deficiency is highly prevalent among preschool and school children, adolescent females and pregnant women.