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- Bloomingdale, Arienne; Guthrie, Lauren B.; Price, Sarah; Wright, Robert O.; Platek, Deborah; Haines, Jess; Oken, Emily
- American journal of clinical nutrition 2010 v.92 no.5 pp. 1234-1240
- nutrition knowledge, etc ; fish; seafoods; diet; pregnancy; maternal nutrition; qualitative analysis; eating habits; pregnant women; mercury; food contamination; docosahexaenoic acid; nutrition information; information sources; physicians; Massachusetts; Show all 16 Subjects
- ... BACKGROUND: Many pregnant women in the United States do not consume enough docosahexaenoic acid (DHA)--an essential nutrient found in fish. Apparently conflicting findings that fish consumption is beneficial for the developing fetus, yet potentially toxic because of mercury contamination, have created uncertainty about the appropriate fish-consumption advice to provide to pregnant women. OBJECTIVE ...
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- Groetch, Marion E.; Christie, Lynn; Vargas, Perla A.; Jones, Stacie M.; Sicherer, Scott H.
- Journal of nutrition education and behavior 2010 v.42 no.4 pp. 259-264
- nutrition knowledge, etc ; dietitians; nutrition education; professional education; dietetic education; education programs; child nutrition; food allergies; nutrition information; diet counseling; world wide web; educational methods; educational resources; information sources; Show all 14 Subjects
- ... Objective: To determine pediatric dietitians' self-reported proficiency, educational needs, and preferences regarding food allergy (FA) management. Design and Setting: An Internet-based, anonymous survey was distributed to the Pediatric Nutrition Practice Group (PNPG) of the American Dietetic Association. Participants: Respondents (n = 311) were registered dietitians and members of the PNPG. Analy ...
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