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Developing rational nutrition policy depends on information on desirable intakes of nutrients and consumption of foods, and on the current levels of consumption in.Incidence and characteristics of vitamin D deficiency rickets in New Zealand children: a New Zealand Paediatric Surveillance Unit study.Official Full-Text Paper (PDF): Some characteristics of indicators of nutritional status for use in screening and surveillance.School personnel provided information on 18 school environmental characteristics on nutrition and. or to view the MDPI.STEPS: A framework for surveillance The WHO STEPwise approach to Surveillance of noncommunicable diseases. 1.4 Characteristics of a NCD surveillance system.
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