DN 862. Maternal and Child Nutrition. 3 Hours.

Critical examination of behavioral, physiological, and public health issues impacting dietary and nutritional factors that support normal growth and development. Course content focuses on the early stages of the life cycle: gestation, lactation, infancy, preschool, school age and adolescence. Topics include the fetal programming hypothesis, growth and nutritional requirements, breast and formula feeding of infants, infant weaning, and eating behaviors that lead to normal growth, growth faltering, and pediatric obesity. Prerequisite: Consent of the instructor. LEC.

Doctor of Philosophy in Medical Nutrition Science

http://catalog.ku.edu/health-professions/dietetics-nutrition/phd/

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