AR Bharathi

Department of Nursing, Bharath Institute of Higher Education and Research, Selaiyur, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India


  • Research   
    A Life-Cycle Approach to Food and Nutrition Related Knowledge Challenges of Post-Harvest Handling in India
    Author(s): AR Bharathi*

    Once considered a disease of affluence and industrialized nations, PEM is currently emerging as global health problem which is increasing nearly in every country throughout the world, leading to considerable co-morbidity and increased mortality. In 2015, just two out of every four stunted children lived in south Asia and one in three in sub-Sahara Africa. Globally stunting, declined from two in five to just under one in four between 1990 and 2015, the number of stunted children under-five worldwide declined from 255 million to 156 million. In Tamilanadu the state, despite high education, has a prominent child malnutrition problem. A national family health survey reveals that 23% of children here are underweight, while 25% of Chennai children show moderately stunted growth. Protein malnutrition is determined at any point in file but prenatally has been shown to have significant lifelon.. Read More»

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