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- Widness, John A., et al. Show all 2 Author
- Journal of food protection 2018 v.81 no.10 pp. 1713-1722
- Streptococcus; beers; bovine tuberculosis; breast feeding; brucellosis; diarrhea; food safety; heat; humans; hygiene; infant mortality; infants; microorganisms; milk; milking; milking machines; mothers; nurses; parboiling; pasteurization; pathogens; physicians; professionals; public health; salmonellosis; social support; society; summer; wines
- ... The objective of this review is to provide an integrated historical account of the complex, often convoluted events impacting milk hygiene and its resultant effect on infant mortality from 1875 to 1925. Heat pasteurization of cow's milk is necessary for rendering this important nutrient source safe for humans-particularly infants. Developed by Louis Pasteur in 1864, pasteurization evolved from the ...
- Widness, John A., et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Nutrition research 2002 v.22 no.1-2 pp. 55-64
- antioxidants; catalase; erythrocytes; infants; low birth weight; malondialdehyde; oxidants; oxygen; premature birth; superoxide dismutase; vitamin E
- ... Premature infants are vulnerable to tissue damage due to supplemental oxygen intake. We hypothesized that oxidative injury as indicated by plasma malondialdehyde (MDA) would be related to nutrient intakes, RBC superoxide dismutase and catalase, plasma vitamin E, and mean daily oxygen exposure (FiO2). Therefore 43 infants < 1500 g birthweight were examined 3 times during the first 28 days of life. ...