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Dietary intakes, iron status and growth status of southeast Asian refugee childrenBETTS, N. M; WEIDENBENNER, A.Nutrition research (New York, NY). 1986, Vol 6, Num 5, pp 509-575, issn 0271-5317Article

The 'age+5' rule : Comparisons of dietary fiber intake among 4- to 10-year-old childrenHAMPL, J. S; BETTS, N. M; BENES, B. A et al.Journal of the American Dietetic Association. 1998, Vol 98, Num 12, pp 1418-1423, issn 0002-8223Article

Comparisons of dietary intake and sources of fat in low and high-fat diets of 18- to 24-year-oldsHAMPL, J. S; BETTS, N. M.Journal of the American Dietetic Association. 1995, Vol 95, Num 8, pp 893-897, issn 0002-8223Article

Physicians' perspectives on cholesterol and heart diseaseO'KEEFE, C. E; HAHN, D. F; BETTS, N. M et al.Journal of the American Dietetic Association. 1991, Vol 91, Num 2, pp 189-192, issn 0002-8223, 4 p.Article

What young adults say about factors affecting their food intakeBETTS, N. M; AMOS, R. J; GEORGIOU, C et al.Ecology of food and nutrition. 1995, Vol 34, Num 1, pp 59-64, issn 0367-0244Article

The sense-making approach for audience assessment of adolescentsBETTS, N. M; PINGREE, S; AMOS, R. J et al.Adolescence. 1989, Vol 24, Num 94, pp 393-402, issn 0001-8449Article

Macronutrients, cholesterol, sodium and fiber intakes of 1-10 year old children by age, gender and raceGANJI, V; HAMPL, J. S; BETTS, N. M et al.Nutrition research (New York, NY). 1998, Vol 18, Num 3, pp 465-473, issn 0271-5317Conference Paper

Among young adults, college students and graduates practiced more healthful habits and made more healthful food choices than did nonstudentsGEORGIOU, C. C; BETTS, N. M; HOERR, S. L et al.Journal of the American Dietetic Association. 1997, Vol 97, Num 7, pp 754-759, issn 0002-8223Article

Validity of percent body fat estimations in malesSTOUT, J. R; ECKERSON, J. M; HOUSH, T. J et al.Medicine and science in sports and exercise. 1994, Vol 26, Num 5, pp 632-636, issn 0195-9131Article

Copper intakes and consumption pattterns of chocolate foods as sources of copper for individuals in the 1987-88 nationwide food consumption surveyJOO, S.-J; BETTS, N. M.Nutrition research (New York, NY). 1996, Vol 16, Num 1, pp 41-52, issn 0271-5317Article

Food, Nutrition, and Aging : Behavioral PerspectivesPETERS, G. R; RAPPOPORT, L; BETTS, N. M et al.American Behavioral Scientist. 1988, Vol 32, Num 1, pp 3-88Article

Antioxidant intakes and smoking status : data from the Continuing Survey of Food Intakes by individuals 1994-1996JUN MA; HAMPL, J. S; BETTS, N. M et al.The American journal of clinical nutrition. 2000, Vol 71, Num 3, pp 774-780, issn 0002-9165Article

Cigarette use during adolescence : Effects on nutritional statusHAMPL, J. S; BETTS, N. M.Nutrition reviews. 1999, Vol 57, Num 7, pp 215-221, issn 0029-6643Article

Developing a strategy for understanding adolescent nutrition concernsAMOS, R. J; PINGREE, S; ATHENS, S et al.Adolescence. 1989, Vol 24, Num 93, pp 119-124, issn 0001-8449Article

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