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Found 18 articles associated to the institution ICDDR,B: Centre for Health and Population Research.
 
Nutritional Status of Children of Vulnerable Women
19-July-2006

Widespread malnutrition is prevalent among all FSVGD women and their children aged less than 5 years. A higher prevalence of malnutrition in 12-23-month age-group is probably attributable to inadequate feeding practice from birth, and the poorer nutritional status of female children might be due to gender discrimination in that community.

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Health and Nutrition of Children and Women in Disaster Situations: Experience from Pakistan and Sri Lanka
8-February-2006

The Tragedy of the Tsunami of 26th December 2004; Health and Nutrition Status of Earthquake-affected Population in Pakistan

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HIV Infection and Nutrition
8-February-2006

HIV in Bangladesh-Current Scenario; Nutrition and HIV: Science vs Hyperbole- Where Is the Intersection?; Management of Severe Malnutrition in HIV-infected Children: Recent Review of Current Evidence; Nutrition and HIV Programming Framework-Evidence and Policy Implications

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Rotavirus Vaccine Trials in Bangladesh: Past, Present, and Future
7-February-2006

While the RRV-TV vaccine was safe and inmmunogenic within Bangladesh setting, its withdrawal by U.S. has impacted negatively the possible use of the vaccine in developing countries. Currently, only the HRV vaccine (RIX4414) is studied for safety and immunogenicity.

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Llama-derived Antibody Fragments Capable of Neutralizing Rotavirus in vitro and in vivo
7-February-2006

Rotavirus is a leading cause of severe diarrhoea in infants. Currently, no specific therapy is available, although oral rehydration solution (ORS) has substantially reduced mortality from dehydration. Therefore, the development of cheap anti-viral products for the prevention or treatment of the disease is urgently needed.

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