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|Title:||Sustainability of a successful health and nutrition program in a remote Aboriginal community. by Amanda J. Lee. et al|
|Author:||Lee, Amanda J|
|Abstract:||Poor nutrition is a major public health problem for Aboriginal Australians, contributing to premature death and morbidity requiring costly medical interventions. Due to the community-wide impact of poor nutrition in these communities, community-based rather than individualised responses are required.|
|Source:||Medical Journal of Australia,|
|Volume:||v. 162 ; p. 632-635.|
|Appears in Collections:||IndexNT Magazines|
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