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Suggested Citation:"BIBLIOGRAPHY." National Research Council. 1967. Nutrition in Pregnancy and Lactation: A Report to the Children's Bureau. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18460.
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Suggested Citation:"BIBLIOGRAPHY." National Research Council. 1967. Nutrition in Pregnancy and Lactation: A Report to the Children's Bureau. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18460.
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Suggested Citation:"BIBLIOGRAPHY." National Research Council. 1967. Nutrition in Pregnancy and Lactation: A Report to the Children's Bureau. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18460.
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51 12. Gruenwold, P. "chronic Fetal Distress and Placental Insufficiency," B i o 1 pg.i a. Ne o n a tor vim, 5:215, 1965. 13. Hamlin, R.H.J. "The Prevention of Eclampsia and Pre- eclampsia," Lancet, 262:64-68, 1952. 14. Hunter, C.A. "Iron Deficiency Anemia in Pregnancy," Surg. Gynec. and Obstet., 110:210, 1960. 15. Hytten, F.E., and Leitch, I. The Physiology of Human Pregnancy. Oxford: Blackvell Scientific Publications, 1964. 16. Jacobson, H.N. and Reid, D.E. "Neurologic, Muscular, and Skeletal Complications of Pregnancy," Vol. 1, Chap. 45, in Davis Carter Gynecology _an_d Obstetrics, Hagerstown: W.F. Prior Co., Inc., 1965. 17. Kaltreider, D.F. Effects of Height uand Weight on Pregnancy and the Newborn. Springfield, 111.: C.C. Thomas, 1963. 18. Kerr, C. et. al. "Calcium and Phosphorus Dynamics in Preg- nancy, " Am^ J. Obstet. and Gynec^ 83:2-8, 1962. 19. Lund, C.J. "Studies on Iron Deficiency Anemia in Pregnancy," Aro^ J. Obstet. and Gynec. 62:947, 1951. 20. McGanity, W.J., Bridgforth, E.B., and Darby, W.J. "Vander- bilt Cooperative Study on Maternal and Infant Nutrition," JAFiA, 168: 2138-45, 1958. 21. National Academy of Sciences-National Research Council, Publication 1146. Recommended Dietary Allowances, 6th Rev., Washington, D.C., 1964. 22. National Center of Health Statistics, Vital Statistics of the United States, Vol. 2, Part A, 1964. 23. North, A.F. "Small for Date Neonates; Maternal Gestational, and Neonatal Characteristics," Pediatrics 38: 1017, Dec. 1966. 24. Oldhar.t, H. and Sheft, B.B. "Effect of Caloric Intake on Nitrogen Utilization during Pregnancy." JADA 27:847- 854, 1951.

52 25. Pritchard, J.A. and Hunt, C.F. "A Comparison of Heraatologic Responses Following the Routine Prenatal Administration of Intramuscular and Oral Iron," _Surg_._ Gynec. and Obstet. 106:516, 1958. 26. Public Health Service Publication, No. 1485; Obesity and Health, U.S. Printing Office, Washington, D.C. (Emphasis added.) 27. Reid, D.E. A Textbook of Obstetrics, Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders Co., 1962. 28. Report of a WHO Expert Committee, Nutrition in Pregnancy and Lactation, Wld . Hlth. Org. Techn. Rep. Ser. 302, 1965. 29. Schram, M. and Raji, M. "The Problem of Underweight Pregnant Patients, " Am. J^_ _of Obstet. ^and GyuGC., 94: 595-6, 1966. 30. Thomson, A.M. and Billewicz, V7.Z. "Clinical Significance of Weight Trends During Pregnancy, " Brit._ Mod. J\_ j. 243, 1958. 31. Tompkins, W.T. et. al. "Maternal and Newborn Studies at Philadelphia Lying-in Hospital." In Promotion of Maternal and Newborn Health, Milbank Momorial Fund, New York, 1955. 32. Toverud, G. "The Influence of Nutrition on the Course of Pregnancy." Milbank Memorial Fund Quarterly, 18, No. 1, 7-24, 1950. 33. United States Department of Agriculture, Nutritive Value of Foods. Home and Garden Bulletin No. 72, 1964.

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Nutrition in Pregnancy and Lactation: A Report to the Children's Bureau reviews and interprets the current state of knowledge of the relationships between nutrition in pregnancy and the outcome of pregnancy for mother and infant. Public health statistics indicate that neonatal and infant mortality experience in the United States has not been as favorable in the most recent two decades as in some countries of Western Europe. Based on current nutrition concepts, this report served as a basis for the development of authoritative guidelines for the nutrition component of maternal and child health programs.

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