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Ingredients of Good Nutrition
16 October 2012 | See how scientists use nuclear techniques to understand food consumption and nutrition in this photo essay. More →
A Global Approach to Tackle Child Malnutrition - Interview with Alan Jackson
The IAEA supports the activities and goals of the International Malnutrition Task Force (IMTF) through its nutrition programme, which is hosted by the University of Southampton, UK, and convened by Professor Alan Jackson, 21 May 2014.
Using Stable Isotopes to Manage Child Malnutrition - Interview with Steve Wootton
Nutrition expert, Dr. Steve Wootton, explains how stable isotope techniques can be used to help malnourished children, 21 May 2014.
Promoting Better Nutrition in Morocco With Nuclear Techniques
The IAEA runs a nutritional studies section that helps countries to evaluate their nutrition programmes. Morocco is one of these countries, 14 May 2014.
Improving Diets of Vulnerable Populations
A five-year long project is to be undertaken by the IAEA to improve the diet, nutritional status and ultimately the health of vulnerable populations. The project will assess the impact of children and women's health when more nutritious food is produced and eaten, 21 July 2014:
Childhood Malnutrition in Morocco
Dr. Abdelwahab Zerrari, Vice President, Aviesaine, discusses travails and triumphs his association encountered in their campaign to reduce childhood malnutrition in Morocco (in French), 11 October 2013:
Nuclear Science and Childhood Malnutrition
Alan Jackson, Convenor, International Malnutrition Task Force:
Nuclear Science and Body Composition
Chittaranjan Yajnik, Director, Diabetes Unit, King Edward Memorial Hospital, Pune, India: