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Amy Frith, Assistant Professor in the Department of Health Promotion and Physical Education, co-authored a publication that placed as an early edition article in the May issue of the Journal of Nutrition.

The articles is titled: Early Participation in a Prenatal Food Supplementation Program Ameliorates the Negative Association of Food Insecurity with Quality of Maternal-Infant Interaction.

In this article, the authors reported that women in Bangladesh who were food insecure, and the infants born to them, benefited from a longer prenatal food supplementation program.

Title: Early Participation in a Prenatal Food Supplementation Program Ameliorates the Negative Association of Food Insecurity with Quality of Maternal-Infant Interaction. Amy L. Frith, Ruchira T. Naved, Lars Ake Persson, Kathleen M. Rasmussen, and Edward A. Frongillo.

Journal of Nutrition. May issue. First published April 11, 2012, doi: 10.3945/jn.111.155358 J. Nutr. May 1, 2012 jn.111.155358

Learn More:
http://jn.nutrition.org/content/early/recent
 

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Amy Frith (Health Promotion and Physical Education) Publishes Early Edition Article Comment from mdispensa on 04/19/2012
Congratulations, Amy!!!