Nutrition in children with long-term health conditions

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Westwood, A;
(2015)
  • Publisher: Health and Medical Publishing Group

Long-term health conditions (LTHCs) in children may affect nutrition and growth by means of multiple mechanisms. Both undernutrition and overweight/obesity are risk factors. Direct effects of the condition that may cause undernutrition include increased resting energy e... View more
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