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Dietary Diversity and Meal Frequency Practices among Infant and Young Children Aged 6–23 Months in Ethiopia: A Secondary Analysis of Ethiopian Demographic and Health Survey 2011
Author(s): Melkam Aemro, Molla Mesele, Zelalem Birhanu, and Azeb Atenafu
Source: Journal of Nutrition and Metabolism (SEP 2013) , Article ID 782931, 8 pages;
Topic(s): Children under five , Nutrition
Country(s): Ethiopia
Dietary diversity is associated with child nutritional status: evidence from 11 demographic and health surveys
Author(s): Arimond M, Ruel MT.
Source: Journal of Nutrition (OCT 2004) , 134(10):2579-85.
Topic(s): Child health , Nutrition
Country(s): Multiple Regions
Dietary quality and tree cover in Africa
Author(s): Amy Ickowitz, Bronwen Powell, Mohammad A. Salim, Terry C.H. Sunderland
Source: Global Environmental Change (JAN 2014) , Volume 24, Pages 287–294
Topic(s): Food insecurity , Nutrition
Country(s): Multiple African Countries
Differential life expectancies in India: An analysis of National Family Health Survey
Author(s): Jayachandran, V.
Source: Demography India (2003) , Vol 32, Num 2, Page: 293-304
Topic(s): Adult mortality
Country(s): India
Differential mortality among the twins and singletons in India: an analysis through its various correlates
Author(s): S. Maiti, and M. Guruswamy
Source: Demography India (2002) , 31(2): 259-287
Topic(s): Infant mortality , Twinning
Country(s): India
Differentials in reproductive and child health status in India
Author(s): Nikhilesh Parchure, Reena Basu, Dipak K. Adak, Premananda Bharati
Source: Italian Journal of Public Health (2011) , Vol. 8, No. 4, pp. 351-358
Topic(s): Child health , Reproductive health
Country(s): India
Differentials in the prevalence of anemia among non-pregnant, ever-married women in Bangladesh: multilevel logistic regression analysis of data from the 2011 Bangladesh Demographic and Health Survey
Author(s): Md. Kamruzzaman, Md. Rabbani, Aik Saw, Md. Sayem, and Md. Hossain
Source: BMC Women's Health (JUL 2015) , 15:54; doi:10.1186/s12905-015-0211-4
Topic(s): Anemia , Women's health
Country(s): Bangladesh
Differentials in the quality of antenatal care in India
Author(s): Manju Rani, Sekhar Bonu and Steve Harvey
Source: International Journal for Quality in Health Care (NOV 2007) , published online on November 17, 2007
Topic(s): Antenatal care , Health equity
Country(s): India
Differentials in vitamin A supplementation among preschool-aged children in Ethiopia: evidence from the 2011 Ethiopian Demographic and Health Survey
Author(s): D. Haile, S. Biadgilign, M. Azage
Source: Public Health (MAY 2015) , Publication stage: In Press Corrected Proof; Available online 14 May 2015: DOI:
Topic(s): Child health , Children under five , Vitamin A
Country(s): Ethiopia
Direct Simultaneous Inference in Additive Models and Its Application to Model Undernutrition
Author(s): Manuel Wiesenfarth, Tatyana Krivobokova, Stephan Klasen, & Stefan Sperlich
Source: Journal of the American Statistical Association (DEC 2012) , Volume 107, Issue 500, pages 1286-1296, DOI: 10.1080/01621459.2012.682809
Topic(s): Child health , Data models , Nutrition
Country(s): Kenya
Disadvantageous situation of tribal women and children of Orissa, India: a special reference to their health and nutritional status
Author(s): Agrawal S
Source: Journal of Community Nutrition & Health (JUL 2013) , 2(1):3-14.
Topic(s): Child health , Maternal health , Nutrition , Women's health
Country(s): India
Discrepancies between UN models and DHS survey estimates of maternal orphan prevalence: insights from analyses of survey data from Zimbabwe
Author(s): L Robertson1, S Gregson, C Madanhire, N Walker, P Mushati, G Garnett, C Nyamukapa2
Source: Sexually Transmitted Infections (AUG 2008) , 2008 Aug; 84
Topic(s): Modelling , Orphanhood
Country(s): Zimbabwe
Discrimination Begins in the Womb: Evidence of Sex-Selective Prenatal Investments
Author(s): Prashant Bharadwaj, and Leah K. Lakdawala
Source: Journal of Human Resources (FEB 2013) , vol. 48, no. 1, pages 71-113
Topic(s): Sex preference , Son preference
Country(s): India
Disentangling Basal and Accumulated Body Mass for Cross-population Comparisons
Author(s): Daniel J. Hruschka, Craig Hadley, and Alexandra Brewis
Source: American Journal of Physical Anthropology (APR 2014) , 153(4): 542–550; DOI: 10.1002/ajpa.22452
Topic(s): Body Mass Index (BMI) , Economics , Ethnicity , Nutrition , Women's health , Youth
Country(s): Multiple Regions
Disentangling women's responses on complex dietary intake patterns from an Indian cross-sectional survey: A latent class analysis
Author(s): Padmadas, S.S., J.G. Dias, F.J. Willekens
Source: Public Health Nutrition (2006) , Vol 9, Num 2, Page: 204-211
Topic(s): Nutrition
Country(s): India
Disparities in the use of antenatal care service in Ethiopia over a period of fifteen years
Author(s): Elias Ali Yesuf, Ronit Calderon-Margalit
Source: BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth (JUN 2013) , 13:131 doi:10.1186/1471-2393-13-131
Topic(s): Antenatal care
Country(s): Ethiopia
Distance to Care, Facility Delivery and Early Neonatal Mortality in Malawi and Zambia
Author(s): Terhi J. Lohela, Oona M. R. Campbell, Sabine Gabrysch
Source: PLoS ONE (DEC 2012) , 7(12): e52110. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0052110
Topic(s): Delivery care , GIS , GPS , Neonatal mortality
Country(s): Malawi, Zambia
Distinct HIV discordancy patterns by epidemic size in stable sexual partnerships in sub-Saharan Africa
Author(s): Hiam Chemaitelly, Ide Cremin, Jim Shelton, Timothy B Hallett, Laith J Abu-Raddad
Source: Sexually Transmitted Infections (JAN 2012) , 2012;88:51-57 doi:10.1136/sextrans-2011-050114
Topic(s): HIV/AIDS , Sexual behavior
Country(s): Multiple African Countries
Distributional impact of rotavirus vaccination in 25 GAVI countries: Estimating disparities in benefits and cost-effectiveness
Author(s): Richard Rheingans, Deborah Atherly, and John Anderson
Source: Vaccine (APR 2012) , Volume 30, Supplement 1, 27 April 2012, Pages A15–A23, doi:10.1016/j.vaccine.2012.01.018
Topic(s): Immunization , Inequality
Country(s): Multiple Regions
District-level Estimates of Institutional Births in Ghana: Application of Small Area Estimation Technique Using Census and DHS Data
Author(s): Fiifi Amoako Johnson, Hukum Chandra, James J. Brown, Sabu S. Padmadas
Source: Journal of Official Statistics (2010) , Vol.26, No.2, 2010. pp. 341–359
Topic(s): District-level estimates , GIS , GPS , Institutional births , Sampling
Country(s): Ghana
District-level religious composition and adoption of sterilization in India
Author(s): Stephenson, R.
Source: Journal of Health, Population, and Nutrition (2006) , Vol 24, Num 1, Page: 100-106
Topic(s): Contraception
Country(s): India
Do burdens of underweight and overweight coexist among lower socioeconomic groups in India?
Author(s): SV Subramanian, Jessica M Perkins, and Kashif T Khan
Source: American Journal of Clinical Nutrition (AUG 2009) , vol. 90 no. 2 369-376
Topic(s): Nutrition
Country(s): India
Do childhood growth indicators in developing countries cluster? Implications for intervention strategies
Author(s): Fenn, B., S.S. Morris, C. Frost
Source: Public Health Nutrition (2004) , Vol 7, Num 7, Page: 829-834
Topic(s): Nutrition
Country(s): Multiple Regions
Do current measurement approaches underestimate levels of unwanted childbearing? Evidence from rural India
Author(s): Koenig, M.A., R. Acharya, S. Singh, T.K. Roy
Source: Population Studies (2006) , Vol 60, Num 3, Page:243-256
Topic(s): Fertility preferences , Residence
Country(s): India
Do estimates of intervention coverage obtained from children at immunization clinics provide a reasonable approximation to population values?
Author(s): Richard E Cibulskis; Samir Pujari; Mac W Otten
Source: Journal of Infectious Diseases (MAR 2012) , 2012 Mar;205 Suppl 1:S91-S102.
Topic(s): Child health , Immunization
Country(s): Multiple Regions
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