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Study Populationa

n= 256 full-term Chinese infants (Specker et al., 1992)

  1. n=18 healthy, full-term, human-milk-fed infants; 17 Caucasian, 1 Asian-Indian (Greer et al., 1982)

  2. n=150 normal, full-term, formula-fed Chinese infants (Leung et al., 1989)

  3. n=38 healthy infants, aged 6–12 months; Norway (Markestad and Elzouki, 1991)

  1. n=104 boys and 87 girls; healthy, normal; aged 8–18 y; Norway (Aksnes and Aarskog, 1982)

  2. n=90 randomly selected school students in Turkey; 41 girls, 49 boys; aged 6–17 y (Gultekin et al., 1987)

  1. n=52 women; aged 25–35 y (Kinyamu et al., 1997)

  1. n=247 healthy, postmenopausal, ambulatory women; mean age 64 y (Dawson-Hughes et al., 1995)

  2. n=333 healthy, postmenopausal, Caucasian women; mean age 58 y (Krall et al., 1989)

  3. n=249 healthy, postmenopausal, ambulatory women; mean age 62 y (Dawson-Hughes et al., 1991)

  1. n=60 women living in a nursing home, mean age 84 y; and 64 free-living women, mean age 71 y (Kinyamu et al., 1997)

  2. n=109 men and women living in a nursing home; mean age 82 y (O'Dowd et al., 1993)

  3. n=116 men and women; mean age 81 y (Gloth et al., 1995)



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