Jean-Pierre Habicht
Jean-Pierre Habicht
Graduate Professor Nutritional Epidemiology, Division of Nutritional Sciences, Cornell University
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Dietary reference intakes
Institute of Medicine (US) Standing Committee on the Scientific Evaluation ...
Dietary Reference Intakes for Calcium, Phosphorus, Magnesium, Vitamin D, and …, 1997
Anthropometric reference data for international use: recommendations from a World Health Organization Expert Committee
M De Onis, JP Habicht
The American journal of clinical nutrition 64 (4), 650-658, 1996
Evidence-based public health: moving beyond randomized trials
CG Victora, JP Habicht, J Bryce
American journal of public health 94 (3), 400-405, 2004
The effects of malnutrition on child mortality in developing countries.
DL Pelletier, EA Frongillo Jr, DG Schroeder, JP Habicht
Bulletin of the World Health Organization 73 (4), 443, 1995
Height and weight standards for preschool children: how relevant are ethnic differences in growth potential?
JP Habicht, C Yarbrough, R Martorell, RM Malina, RE Klein
The Lancet 303 (7858), 611-615, 1974
Applying an equity lens to child health and mortality: more of the same is not enough
CG Victora, A Wagstaff, JA Schellenberg, D Gwatkin, M Claeson, ...
The Lancet 362 (9379), 233-241, 2003
Evaluation designs for adequacy, plausibility and probability of public health programme performance and impact.
JP Habicht, CG Victora, JP Vaughan
International journal of epidemiology 28 (1), 10-18, 1999
Understanding hunger and developing indicators to assess it in women and children
KL Radimer, CM Olson, JC Greene, CC Campbell, JP Habicht
Journal of Nutrition Education 24 (1), 36S-44S, 1992
Growth in early childhood in developing countries
R Martorell, JP Habicht
Human growth: a comprehensive treatise 3, 241-262, 1986
Epidemiologic evidence for a potentiating effect of malnutrition on child mortality.
DL Pelletier, EA Frongillo Jr, JP Habicht
American journal of public health 83 (8), 1130-1133, 1993
Impact of the Mexican program for education, health, and nutrition (Progresa) on rates of growth and anemia in infants and young children: a randomized effectiveness study
JA Rivera, D Sotres-Alvarez, JP Habicht, T Shamah, S Villalpando
Jama 291 (21), 2563-2570, 2004
Food insecurity: consequences for the household and broader social implications
AM Hamelin, JP Habicht, M Beaudry
The Journal of nutrition 129 (2), 525S-528S, 1999
Estandarización de métodos epidemiológicos cuantitativos sobre el terreno
JP Habicht
Boletín de la Oficina Sanitaria Panamericana (OSP); 76 (5), mayo 1974, 1974
Characterization of household food insecurity in Quebec: food and feelings
AM Hamelin, M Beaudry, JP Habicht
Social science & medicine 54 (1), 119-132, 2002
Reducing child mortality: can public health deliver?
J Bryce, S El Arifeen, G Pariyo, CF Lanata, D Gwatkin, JP Habicht
The Lancet 362 (9378), 159-164, 2003
Evidence for an increased risk for hypertension with centrally located body fat and the effect of race and sex on this risk
D Blair, JP HABICHT, EAH Sims, D Sylwester, S Abraham
American Journal of Epidemiology 119 (4), 526-540, 1984
Independent and combined effects of improved water, sanitation, and hygiene, and improved complementary feeding, on child stunting and anaemia in rural Zimbabwe: a cluster …
JH Humphrey, MNN Mbuya, R Ntozini, LH Moulton, RJ Stoltzfus, ...
The Lancet Global Health 7 (1), e132-e147, 2019
Epidemiologic evidence for health benefits from improved water and sanitation in developing countries.
SA Esrey, JP Habicht
Effect of food supplementation during pregnancy on birthweight
A Lechtig, JP Habicht, H Delgado, RE Klein, C Yarbrough, R Martorell
Pediatrics 56 (4), 508-520, 1975
Acute morbidity and physical growth in rural Guatemalan children
R Martorell, JP Habicht, C Yarbrough, A Lechtig, RE Klein, KA Western
American journal of diseases of children 129 (11), 1296-1301, 1975
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