Some nutrition problems in Central Africa
Barker Jones, E.
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Every medical practitioner is trained in the science of nutrition, especially in its application to the feeding of mothers and infants and the treatment and prevention of various diseases. The subject is fundamentally the same in Africa as anywhere else in the world, but it differs considerably in detail from that in Europe, where many practitioners in the Federation were trained. These differences are encountered to some extent in European practice, but on a greater scale in non-European practice.