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Food insecurity and public health /

Authors: Ivers, Louise C. %editor Published by : CRC Press, (Boca Raton, FL :) Physical details: xxii, 210 p. ; 25 cm. ISBN: 1466599057 Subject(s): Food security %Health aspects. | Public health. | Nutrition. Year: 2015
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Chapter 1. Food security and program integration : an overview / Tony Castleman and Gilles Bergeron -- chapter 2. Food insecurity and health : a conceptual framework / Sheri D. Weiser, Kartika Palar, Abigail M. Hatcher, Sera Young, Edward A. Frongillo, and Barbara Laraia -- chapter 3. Food insecurity measurement / Jennifer Coates -- chapter 4. Nutrition, food security, social protection, and health systems strengthening for ending AIDS / Divya Mehra, Saskia de Pee, and Martin W. Bloem -- chapter 5. Food insecurity and tuberculosis / Cara S. Guenther and Louise C. Ivers -- chapte 6. Food insecurity and noncommunicable diseases among the poorest / Gene Bukhman -- chapter 7. Food insecurity : special considerations for women's health / Jessica E. Teng, Kimberly A. Cullen, and Louise C. Ivers -- chapter 8. Understanding food insecurity in Navajo nation through the community lens / Dana Eldridge, Robyn Jackson, Shruthi Rajashekara, Emily Piltch, Mae-Gilene Begay, Joan VanWassenhove, Jacque Jim, Jonathan Abeita, LaJuanna Daye, Leroy Joe, Martha Williams, Maxine Castillo, Meria Miller-Castillo, Sherry Begaye, Vangie Tully, and Sonya Shin -- chapter 9. Overview of the cost of hunger in Africa -- executive summary : social and economic impact of child undernutrition in Egypt, Ethiopia, Swaziland, and Uganda / UN Economic Commission for Africa, New Partnership of Africa's Development Planning and Coordinating Agency (NEPAD), Regional Integration Division (NRID) -- chapter 10. Integrating nutrition support for food-insecure patients and their dependents into an HIV care and treatment program in Western Kenya / Joseph Mamlin, Sylvester Kimaiyo, Stephen Lewis, Hannah Tadayo, Fanice Komen Jerop, Catherine Gichunge, Tomeka Petersen, Yuehwern Yih, Paula Braitstein, Robert Einterz, and Cleophas Wanyonyi Chesoli.

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