Nutritional Disease and Eating Disorder Archive

Abate N, Chandalia M. 2001. Ethnicity and Type 2 Diabetes. Journal of Diabetes Complications 15:320-327. [disease]

Banks CG. 1992. Culture in Culture-Bound Syndromes: The Case of Anorexia Nervosa. Social Science and Medicine 34:867-884. [disordered eating]

Batur S, Kabakci E, Gulol C. 2003. Maladaptive Eating Attitudes of Elite and Amateur Turkish Dancers: Are They at Risk? Eating and weight disorders 8(4):263-267. [eating disorder; Europe; Turkey]

Becker AE, Burwell RA, Navara K, et al. 2003. Binge Eating and Binge Eating Disorder in a Small-Scale, Indigenous Society: The View from Fiji. International Journal of Eating Disorders 34(4):423-431. [eating disorder; Oceania; Fiji]

Bell R. 1985. Holy Anorexia. University of Chicago Press. [history; women; fasting; appetite expression; eating disorder; anorexia; Europe]

Blum L, Pelto G, Pelto P. 2004. Coping with a Nutrient Deficiency: Cultural Models of Vitamin a Deficiency in Northern Nigeria. Medical Anthropology 23(3):195-227. [disease; nightblindness; xerophthalmia; medical beliefs; Africa; Hausa]

Bordo S. 1985. Anorexia Nervosa: Psychopathology as the Crystalization of Culture. The Philosophical Forum 17(2):73-105. [disordered eating]

Bourne LT, Lambert EV, Steyn K. 2002. Where Does the Black Population of South Africa Stand on the Nutrition Transition? Public Health Nutrition 5:157-162. [dietary change; disease; obesity; physical activity; hypertension;diabetes; Africa]

Brandes S. 1992. Maize as a Culinary Mystery. Ethnology 31:331-336. [malnutrition; pellagra; Europe]

Brenton B. 1998. Pellagra and Nutrition Policy: Lessons from the Great Irish Famine to the New South Africa. Nutritional Anthropology 22(1):1-11. [malnutrition; diet and disease; pellagra; Africa; Europe; South Africa; Mozambique; Malawi; Ireland]

Brown A. 1988. Diet and Nutritional Stress. In The King Site: Continuity and Contact in Sixteenth Century Georgia. R Blakely, ed. University of Georgia Press. [history; diet and disease; North America; Georgia; Spanish settlement]

Brumberg JJ. 1990. Fasting Girls: The History of Anorexia Nervosa. New American Library. [disordered eating]

Burgess A, Dean RFA. 1962. Malnutrition and Food Habits. [nutritional disease; conference report]

Burghart R. 1996. The Cultural Context of Diet, Disease and the Body. In Diet and Disease in Traditional and Developing Societies. GA Harrison, JC Waterlow, eds. pp. 307-325. Cambridge University Press. [nutritional disease]

Bwibo NO, Neumann CG. 2003. The Need for Animal Source Foods by Kenyan Children. Journal of Nutrition 133(11):3936S-3940S. [child nutrition; malnutrition; meat eating; Africa; Kenya]

Caporael L. 1976. Ergotism: The Satan Loosed in Salem? Science 192:21-26. [disease; ergotism; history; witchcraft; North America; United States]

Carpenter KJ. 2000. Beriberi, White Rice, and Vitamin B: A Disease, a Cause and a Cure. University of California Press. [nutritional disease]

Cassidy C. 1982. Protein Energy Malnutrition as a Culture Bound Syndrome. Journal of Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry 6:325-345. [starvation; malnutrition]

Cederstrom T. 2000. Addressing the Immediate Causes of Malnutrition: The Positive Deviance Approach to Household Food Security. Nutritional Anthropology 22(2):10-14. [malnutrition; applied anthropology]

Chakravarthy MV, Booth FW. 2004. Eating, Exercise, and "Thrifty" Genotypes: Connecting the Dots toward an Evolutionary Understanding of Modern Chronic Diseases. Journal of Applied Physiology 96(1):3-10. [chronic disease; human evolution; genotype]

Chernin K. 1981. The Obsession: Reflections on the Tyranny of Slenderness. Harper and Row. [body image; eating disorder; Western culture; North America; United States]

Chernin K. 1985. The Hungry Self: Women, Eating, and Identity. Time Books. [body image; eating disorder; Western culture; North America; United States]

Cohen MN. 1989. Health and the Rise of Human Civilization. Yale University Press. [prehistory; diet; nutrition; malnutrition; agricultural revolution]

Cohen MN. 2000. History, Diet, and Hunter-Gatherers. In The Cambridge World History of Food. KF Kiple, KC Ornelas, eds. Vol. 1, pp. 63-71. Cambridge University Press. [history; nutrition; diet and disease; food collectors]

Cohen MN, Armelagos GJ. 1984. Paleopathology at the Origins of Agriculture. Academic Press. [prehistoric diets; disease; origins of agriculture]

Counihan CM. 1985. What Does It Mean to Be Fat, Thin, and Female in the United States? Food and Foodways 1:77-94. [body image; disordered eating; women; North America; United States]

Counihan CM. 1999. The Anthropology of Food and Body: Gender, Meaning and Power. Routledge. [body image; gender; disordered eating]

Crisp AH, Burns T. 1990. Primary Anorexia Nervosa in the Male and Female: A Comparison of Clinical Features and Prognosis. In Males with Eating Disorders. A Anderson, ed. pp. 77-99. Bunner/Mazel. [disordered eating]

Crittendon R, Baines J. 1986. Seasonal Factors Influencing Child Malnutrition on the Nembi Plateau. Human Ecology 14:191-223. [malnutrition; seasonal hunger; children; Oceania; New Guinea; Nembi]

Curry J. 1989. Occupation and Drought Vulnerability: Case Studies from a Village in Niger. In African Food Systems in Crisis, Part One: Microperspectives. R Huss-Ashmore, S Katz, eds. pp. 230-260. Gordon and Breach. [drought and hunger; malnutrition; Africa; Niger]

Dettwyler KA. 1992. The Biocultural Approach in Nutritional Anthropology: Case Studies of Malnutrition in Mali. Medical Anthropology 15:17-39. [biocultural anthropology; nutritional anthropology; diet and disease; Africa; Mali]

Diamond J. 1987. The Worst Mistake in the History of the Human Race. Discover May. [prehistory; origin of agriculture; diet and disease]

Diamond J. 1999. Evolutionary Biology: Dirty Eating for Healthy Living. Nature 400(6740):120-. [health and disease; geophagy; behavioral evolution]

Dirks R. 1979. Relief Induced Agonism. Disasters 3(2):195-198. [seasonal hunger; starvation; behavioral disease; social relations]

Dreyfuss M, Stoltzfus R, West K. 2000. Hookworms, Malaria, and Vitamin a Deficiency Contribute to Anemia and Iron Deficiency among Pregnant Women in the Plains of Nepal. Journal of Nutrition 130(10):2527-. [malnutrtion; disease; maternal nutrition; South Asia; Nepal]

Dunkley TL, Wertheim EH, Paxton SJ. 2001. Examination of a Model of Multiple Sociocultural Influences on Adolescent Girls' Body Dissatisfaction and Dietary Restraint. Adolescence 36(142):265-280. [body image; media; eating habits; disordered eating; North America]

E'Auili E, Mihalik GJ. 1977. Malnutrition: Its Effect on Psychological Development and Cultural Evolution. In Malnutrition, Behavior, and Social Organization. LS Green, ed. pp. 233-252. Academic Press. [malnutrition; psychological development; culture history]

Elmes M. 2002. Earth-Eating. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine 95(5):274-. [diet and disease; geophagy]

Ernandes M, Cedrini R, Giammanco M, et al. 2002. Aztec Cannibalism and Maize Consumption: The Serotonin Deficiency Link. Mankind Quarterly 43(1):3-40. [cannibalism; diet; malnutrition; aggression; Mexico; Aztec; Anasazi]

Ferzacca S. 2004. Lived Food and Judgements of Taste at a Time of Disease. Medical Anthropology 23(1):41-67. [disease; type 2 diabetes; reseach method; life history]

Fitchen JM. 1988. Hunger, Malnutrition, and Poverty in the Contemporary United States: Some Observations on Their Social and Cultural Context. Food and Foodways 2:309-333. [undernutrition; malnutrition; North American; United States]

Forrester T. 2004. Historic and Early Life Origins of Hypertension in Africans. Journal of Nutrition 134(1):211-216. [cardovascular disease; salt intake; fetal programming; Africa]

Friedl J. 1981. Lactase Deficiency Distribution, Associated Problems, and Implications for Nutritional Policy. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 11:37-48. [nutrition and health; milk; lactase; deficiency disease; nutrition policy]

Gilday K.1994. The Famine Within. Direct Cinema Limited. [body image; disordered eating; anorexia nervosa; North America]

Girard R. 1996. Eating Disorders and Mimetic Desire. Contagion, Journal of Violence, Mimesis, and Culture 3:1-20. [body image; disordered eating]

Gittelsohn J, Wolever T, Zinman B. 1998. Specific Patterns of Food Consumption and Preparation Are Associated with Diabetes and Obesity in a Native Canadian Community. J Nutr 128(3). [nutrtional disease; North American Indians; Canada]

Goodman AH, Armelagos GJ. 1985. Disease and Death at Dr Dickson's Mound. Natural History. [prehistory; health and disease; effects of agriculture; Illinois]

Gordon R. 1990. Eating Disorders:Anatomy of a Social Epidemic. Blackwell. [disease; anorexia nervosa; bulimia]

Goto R. 2002. Poor Intestinal Permeability in Mildly Stunted Nepali Children: Associations with Weaning Practices and Giardia Lamblia Infection. British Journal of Nutrition 88(2):141-149. [ breastfeeding; lactose digestion; growth; malnutrition; malabsorption; disease; diarrhoea; South Asia; Nepal]

Greene L. 1977. Hyperendemic Goiter, Cretinism and Social Organization in Highland Ecuador. In Malnutrition, Behavior, and Social Organization. a Greene, ed. pp. 55-94-. New York: Academic Press. [malnutrition; disease; social relations; South America; Ecuador]

Greene L. 1980. Social and Biological Predictors of Physical Growth and Neurological Development in an Area Where Iodine and Protein-Energy Malnutrition Are Endemic. In Social and Biological Predictors of Nutritional Status. LS Greene, FE Johnston, eds. pp. 223-256-. Academic Press. [malnutrition; social relations; South America; Ecuador]

Greiner T, Latham M. 1981. Factors Associated with Malnutrition in the Children of Western Jamaica. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 10:135-142. [nutritional disease; children; Caribbean; Jamaica]

Gunewardene A, Huon GF, Zheng R. 2001. Exposure to Westernization and Dieting: A Cross-Cultural Study. The International Journal of Eating Disorders 29(3):289-. [culture change; eating disorders]

Hall RL. 1992. From Blackstrap Molasses to Smokeless Tobacco: A Chronicle of Assaults on the Dental Health of Native Americans in the Northwest. In Health and Lifestyle Change. R Huss-Ashmore, J Schall, M Hediger, eds. University Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of Pennsylvania. [food habit change; diet and disease; North American Indians; Northwest Coast]

Handler JS, Aufderheide AC, Corruccini RS. 1986. Lead Content and Poisoning in Barbados Slaves. Social Science History 10:399-425. [history; slave diet and disease; lead poisoning; Caribbean; Barbados]

Harris B. 1990. Food Distribution, Death and Disease in South Asia. In Diet and Disease in Traditional and Developing Societies. GA Harrison, JC Waterlow, eds. pp. 290-306. Cambridge University Press. [malnutrition; South Asia]

Harrison GA, Waterlow JC. 1990. Diet and Disease in Traditional and Developing Societies. Cambridge University Press. [diet and disease; developing societies]

Harrison GG. 1975. Primary Lactase Deficiency: A Problem in Anthropological Genetics. American Anthropologist 77:812-835. [milk; human evolution; diet and disease]

Haworth-Hoeppner S. 2000. The Critical Shapes of Body Image: The Role of Culture and Family in the Production of Eating Disorders. Journal of Marriage and the Family 62(1):212-. [disordered eating]

Henry J, Kwong AM. 2003. Why Is Geophagy Treated Like Dirt? Deviant Behavior 24(4):353-371. [eating disorder; pica; meaning; pregnant-women; North America; United States]

Howard M. 1994. Socio-Economic Causes and Cultural Explanations of Childhood Malnutrition among the Chagga of Tanzania. Social Science and Medicine 38(2):239-251. [malnutrition; children; Africa; Tanzania; Chagga]

Howard M, Millard A. 1997. Hunger and Shame: Child Malnutrition and Poverty on Mount Kilimanjaro. Routledge. [child malnutrition; poverty; social relations; Africa; Tanzania; Chagga]

Hunter J. 1973. Geophagy in Africa and the U S : A Culture-Nutrition Hypothesis. Geography Review 1973:171-195. [disease; geophagy; dirt-eating; Africa; North America; United States]

Jelliffe D. 1957. Social and Cultural Nutrition: Cultural Blocks and Protein Malnutrition in Early Childhood in Rural West Bengal. Pediatrics 20:128-138. [food habits; malnutrition; children; South Asia; India]

Jenkins C. 1980. Geophagy in Fayette County, Tennessee: A Symbolic Interpretation. Tennessee Anthropologist 5(1):73-91. [disease; geophagy; symbolism; North America; United States]

Johns T. 1991. Well-Grounded Diet. The Sciences. [health and disease; dirt eating; geophagy]

Joos S. 1984. Economic, Social, and Cultural Factors in the Analysis of Disease: Dietary Change and Diabetes Mellitus among the Florida Seminole Indians. In Ethnic and Regional Foodways in the United States: The Performance of Group Identity. LK Brown, K Mussell, eds. pp. 217-237-. [dietary change; disease; diabetes mellitus; North American Indians; Florida; Seminole]

Katona-Apte J, Mokdad A. 1998. Malnutrition of Children in the Democratic People's Korea. J Nutr 128(8):1315-. [malnutrition; children; East Asia; North Korea]

Kehoe A, Gileti D. 1981. Women's Preponderance in Possession Cults: The Calcium-Deficiency Hypothesis Extended. American Anthropologist 83:549-561. [malnutrition; deficiency disease; calcium; religion; possession cults]

Kilbourne J. 1994. Still Killing Us Softly: Advertising and the Obsession with Thinness. In Feminist Perspectices on Eating Disorders. P Fallon, MA Katz, SC Wooley, eds. pp. 395-418-. Guildford. [body image; eating attitudes; disordered eating; advertising and food choice; North America]

Knowler WC, Pettitt DC, Bennett PH, et al. 1981. Diabetes Incidence among the Pima Indians. American Journal of Epidemiology 113:144-156. [obesity; human evolution; genetic disease; diabetes mellitus]

Knowler WC, Pettitt DC, Bennett PH, et al. 1983. Diabetes Incidence among the Pima Indians: Genetic and Evolutionary Considerations. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 113:144-156. [disease; diabetes; physical anthropology; North American Indians; Pima]

Knowler WC, Pettitt DC, Bennett PH, et al. 1983. Diabetes Mellitus in the Pima Indians: Genetic and Evolutionary Considerations. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 1983:107-114. [human evolution; genetic disease; obesity; diabetes mellitus]

Koo LC. 1984. Use of Food to Treat and Prevent Disease in Chinese Culture. Social Science and Medicine 18:757-766. [food, health, disease; East Asia; China]

Kosulwat V. 2002. The Nutrition and Health Transition in Thailand. Public Health Nutrition 5:183-189. [dietary change; disease; Southeast Asia]

Lackey C. 1978. Pica -- a Nutritional Anthropology Concern. In Anthropology of Health. E Bauwens, ed. Mosby. [disease; pica; geophagy]

Lako JV. 2001. Dietary Trend and Diabetes: Its Associations among Fijians from 1952 to 1994. Asian Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition 10(3):183-187. [diet and disease; diabetes; Oceania; Fiji]

Landy D. 1985. Publoktog (Hysteria) and Inuit Nutrition: Possible Implications of Hypervitaminosis A. Social Science and Medicine 21:173-185. [malnutrition; disease; hysteria; North America; Inuit (Eskimo)]

Lang G. 1989. "Making Sense" About Diabetes: Dakota Naratives of Illness. Medical Anthropology 11:305-327. [diet and disease; diabetes; North American Indian; Dakota]

Lappe F, Collins J. 1986. World Hunger, Twelve Myths. Grove Press. [causes of hunger; malnutrition; food policy]

Lee M-J. 2002. The Unique Aspects of the Nutrition Transition in South Korea: The Retention of Healthful Elements in Their Traditional Diet. Public Health Nutrition 5:197-203. [dietary change; vegetable intake; fat intake; obesity; overweight; disease; East Asia]

Lieberman LS. 1987. Biocultural Consequences of Animals Versus Plants as Sources of Fats, Protein, and Other Nutrients. In Food and Evolution. M Harris, E Ross, eds. pp. 225-258. Temple University Press. [nutrition and health; human evolution; disease]

Lieberman LS. 2003. Dietary, Evolutionary, and Modernizing Influences on the Prevalence of Type-2 Diabetes. Annu Rev Nutr 23:345-377. [disease; human evolution; modernization]

Lindeburg S, Cordain L, Eaton BS. 2003. Biological and Clinical Potential of a Paleolithic Diet. Journal of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine 13(3):149-160. [palaeolithic diet, evolutionary medicine, nutrition, health promotion, cardiovascular disease, metabolic syndrome]

Logan M. 1972. Humoral Folk Medicine: A Potential Aid in Controlling Pellagra in Mexico. Ethnomedizin 1:397-411. [malnutrition; diet and disease; pellagra; North America; Mexico]

Logue AW. 2004. The Psychology of Eating and Drinking. 3rd edition. Brunner-Routledge. [psychology; food habits; eating disorder]

Ludman E, Newman J. 1984. Yin and Yang in the Health-Related Food Practices of Three Chinese Groups. Journal of Nutritional Education 16:3-5. [food classification; health and disease; East Asia; China]

Luke A, Cooper RS, Prewitt TE, et al. 2001. Nutritional Consequences of the African Diaspora. Annu Rev Nutr 21:47-71. [nutritional transition; undernutrition; deficiency disease; overnutrition; Africa; Europe; North America]

Maat G. 1986. Features of Malnutrition, Their Significance and Epidemiology in Prehistoric Anthropology. In Innovative Trends in Prehistoric Anthropology. B Hermann, ed. pp. 157-164. [prehistory; malnutrition]

Mabilia M. 2000. The Cultural Context of Childhood Diarrhea among Gogo Infants. Anthropology & Medicine 7:191-208. [breastfeeding; disease; beliefs; taboos; Africa; Tanzania; Wagogo]

Marchione TJ. 1980. Factors Associated with Malnutrition in the Children of Western Jamaica. In Nutritional Anthropology. NW Jerome, RC Kandel, GH Pelto, eds. Redgrave. [malnutrition; children; Caribbean; Jamaica]

Markey C. 2004. Culture and the Development of Eating Disorders: A Tripartite Model. Eating Disorders 12(2):139-156. [eating behaviors; disordered eating; body image; conceptions of health]

Martin D, Goodman AH, Armelagos G. 1985. Skeletal Pathologies as Indicators of Quality and Quantity of Diet. In The Analysis of Prehistoric Diets. R Gilbert, J Mielke, eds. pp. 227-279. [prehistory; diet and disease]

Martorell R. 1975. Acute Morbidity and Physical Growth in Rural Guatemalan Children. American Journal of Diseases of Children 129:1296-1301. [child nutrition; nutritional deficiency and disease; Central America; Guatemala]

Matalas A-L, Franti C, Grivetti LE. 1999. Comparative Study of Diet and Disease Prevalence in Greek Chians Part 1: Rural and Urban Residents of Chios. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 38(4):351-. [diet and disease; Europe; Greece]

Matalas A-L, Franti C, Grivetti LE. 1999. Comparative Study of Diets and Disease Prevalence in Greek Chians Part 2: Chian Immigrants to Athens and the United States. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 38(4):381-. [diet and disease; Europe; North America; Greece; United States]

Mautner RD, Owen SV, Furnham A. 2000. Cross-Cultural Explanations of Body Image Disturbances in Western Cultural Samples. The International Journal of Eating Disorders 28(2):165-. [body image; eating disorder]

May J, McCellan D. 1972. The Ecology of Malnutrition in Mexico and Central America. Hafner. [nutritional disease; Central America; Mexico]

McCracken R. 1971. Lactase Deficiency: An Example of Dietary Evolution. Current Anthropology 12:479-517. [nutritional lactose; deficiency disease; human evolution]

Mendez M, Adair L. 1999. Severity and Timing of Stunting in the First Two Years of Life Affect Performance on Cognitive Tests in Late Childhood. J Nutr 129(8):1555-. [hunger; disease; child nutrition]

Messer E. 2000. Maize. In The Cambridge World History of Food. KF Kiple, KC Ornelas, eds. Vol. 1, pp. 97-112. Cambridge University Press. [foodstuffs; prehistory; cultural geography; nutrition; disease]

Moggi-Cecchi J, Pacciani E, Pinto-Cisternas J. 1994. Enamel Hypoplasia and Age at Weaning in 19th Century Florence, Italy. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 93(3):299-306. [history; infant feeding; health & disease; Europe]

Nadler ST, Attie AD. 2002. Please Pass the Chips: Genomic Insights into Obeseity and Diabetes. Journal of Nutrition 132(12):2078-2081. [diet and disease; North America; United States]

Newman J. 1995. From Definition, to Geography, to Action, to Reaction: The Case of Protein-Energy Malnutrition. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 85:233-245. [malnutrition]

Newman JL. 2000. Africa South from the Sahara. In The Cambridge World History of Food. KF Kiple, KC Ornelas, eds. Vol. 2, pp. 1330-1339. Cambridge University Press. [prehistory; origins of agriculture; history; diet and disease; Africa]

Newman L, Crossgrove W, Kates R. 1990. Hunger in History: Food Shortage, Poverty, and Deprivation. Blackwell. [collected papers; prehistory; origins of agriculture; change; malnutrition; famine]

Nichter M. 1985. Cultural Interpretations of the States of Malnutrition among Children: A South Indian Case Study. Medical Anthropology winter:25-48. [malnutrition; folk classification and meaning; South Asia; India]

Nobmann E, Ebbesson S, Bulkow L. 1998. Dietary Intakes among Siberian Yupiks of Alaska and Implications for Cardiovascular Disease. Internation Journal of Circumpolar Health 57(1):4-. [dietary intake; cardiovascular disease; North America; Alaska]

Noor MI. 2002. The Nutrition and Health Transition in Malaysia. Public Health Nutrition 5:191-195. [dietary change; demographic trends; body mass index; disease; obesity; Southeast Asia]

Nti CA, Larweh PM, Gyemfua-Yeboah Y. 2002. Food Consumption Patterns, Dietary Quality and Health Status of Expectant Mothers: Case Studies in Suburban and Rural Communities in Ghana. International Journal of Consumer Studies 26(1):7-14(18). [eating habits; dietary quality; disease; anaemia; Africa]

Ortner D. 2000. Paleopathological Evidence of Malnutrition. In The Cambridge World History of Food. KF Kiple, KC Ornelas, eds. Vol. 1, pp. 34-44. Cambridge University Press. [paleoanthropology; malnutrition; diet and disease]

Pilcher JM. 2000. The Caribbean from 1942 to the Present. In The Cambridge World History of Food. KF Kiple, KC Ornelas, eds. Vol. 2, pp. 1278-1288. Cambridge University Press. [history; diet and disease; slave diet; modern diet; Caribbean; Afro-Caribbean; Asian-Caribbean]

Pollitt E. 1987. Effects of Iron Deficiency on Mental Development: Methodological Consideration and Substantive Findings. In Nutritional Anthropology. FE Johnson, ed. Liss. [malnutrition; iron deficiency; brain and cognitive development]

Prescott HM. 1993. Anorexia Nervosa. In The Cambridge World History of Human Disease. KF Kiple, ed. pp. 577-581. Cambridge University Press. [disordered eating]

Quandt SA, Vitolins MZ, DeWalt KM, et al. 1997. Meal Patterns of Older Adults in Rural Communities: Life Course Analysis and Implications for Nutrition. Journal of Applied Gerontology 16(2):152-171. [nutritional anthropology; life course; social relations; malnutrition; North America; United States; Kentucky]

Reid RM. 1992. Cultural and Medical Perspectives on Geophagia. Medical Anthropology 13. [disease; geophagia (dirt-eating)]

Reilly C. 2000. Geophagia: Why Do Humans Consume Soil? Nutrition Bulletin 25(2):141-144(144). [dirt-eating; disease; iron deficiency anaemia; soil parasites; toxic elements; trace elements]

Rivera JA. 2002. Epidemiological and Nutritional Transition in Mexico: Rapid Increase of Non-Communicable Chronic Diseases and Obesity. Public Health Nutrition 5:113-122. [dietary change; disease; diabetes mellitus; acute myocardial infarction; hypertension; obesity; mortality trends]

Roe D. 1973. A Plague of Corn: The Social History of Pellagra. [history; diet and disease; maize]

Rose JC, Burnett BA, Nassaney MS, et al. 1985. Paleopathology and the Origins of Agriculture in the Lower Mississippi Valley and Caddoan Culture Areas. In Paleopathology at the Origins of Agriculture. MN Cohen, GJ Armelagos, eds. pp. 393-424. [prehistory; diet and disease; origins of agriculture; North America; Mississippi Valley]

Sandford M. 1992. Investigations of Ancient Human Tissue: Chemical Analysis in Anthropology. Gordon and Breach. [prehistory; biological anthropology; diet; disease]

Sawaya AL, Martins P, Hoffman D, et al. 2003. The Link between Childhood Undernutrition and Risk of Chronic Diseases in Adulthood: A Case Study of Brasil. Nutrition Reviews 61(5):168-175. [child nutrition; obesity; chronic degenerative disease; nutritional transition; South America]

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Scrimshaw N. 1990. World Nutrition Problems. In Hunger in History. LF Newman, ed. pp. 353-373. Basil Blackwell. [malnutrition]

Scrimshaw N, Cosminsky S. 1991. The Impact of Health on Women's Food Procurement Strategies on a Guatemalan Plantation. In Diet and Domestic Life in Society. A Sharman, J Theophano, K Curtis, et al, eds. pp. 61-30. Temple University Press. [women; diet; health and disease; Central America; Guatemala]

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Simeon DT, Grantham-McGregor SM. 2000. Nutrition and Mental Development. In The Cambridge World History of Food. KF Kiple, KC Ornelas, eds. Vol. 2, pp. 1457-1466. Cambridge University Press. [malnutrition]

Spanos N, Gottlieb J. 1976. Ergotism and the Salem Village Witch Trials. Science 194:1390-1394. [disease; ergotism; history; witchcraft; North America; United States]

Stansbury JP, Barrios RE, Rojas C, et al. 2000. After the Hurricane: Child Nutrition in Honduran Reconstruction. Nutritional Anthropology 24(1):3-7. [child nutrition, malnutrition; disaster; Central America; Honduras]

Stini W. 1975. Adaptive Strategies of Human Populations under Nutritional Stress. In Biosocial Interrelations in Population Adaptation. E Watts, FE Johnston, GW Lasker, eds. pp. 19-42. Mouton. [malnutrition; undernutrition]

Stini W. 1980. Human Adaptability to Nutritional Stress. In Nutrition, Food and Man. PB Pearson, R Greenwell, eds. pp. 124-140. University of Arizona Press. [malnutrition; undernutrition]

Stuart-Macadam P, Kent S. 1992. Diet, Demography, and Disease: Changing Perspectives on Anemia. Aldine de Gruyter. [collected papers; nutritional deficiency; disease; iron; anemia; case studies]

Szathmary EJE. 1983. Hyperglycemia in Dogrib Indians of the Northwest Territories, Canada: Association with Age and Cetripedal Distribution of Body Fat. Human Biology 55:493-515. [nutritional disease; body fat; North American Indian; Canada; Dogrib]

Thaman R. 1982. Deterioration of Traditional Food Systems, Increasing Malnutrition and Food Dependency in the Pacific Islands. Journal of Food and Nutrition 39:109-125. [dietary change; malnutrition; Oceania]

Thyer B, Johnston G. 1999. Chalk Eating in Middle Georgia: A Culture-Bound Syndrome of Pica? Southern Medical Journal 92(2):190-. [nutritional disease; geophagy; United States; Georgia]

Ulijaszek SJ. 1990. Nutritional Status and Susceptibility to Infectious Disease. In Diet and Disease in Traditional and Developing Societies. GA Harrison, JC Waterlow, eds. pp. 137-154. Cambridge University Press. [nutritional status; disease]

Vermeer DE. 1971. Geophagy among the Ewe of Ghana. Ethnology 10:56-72. [food habits; geophagy (dirt-eating); health; disease; Africa; Ghana; Ewe]

Vermeer DE, Ferrell RE, Jr. 1985. Nigerian Geophagical Clay: A Tradition Antidiarrheal Pharmaceutical. Science 227:364-366. [food habits; geophagy (dirt-eating); disease; diarrhea; Africa; Nigeria]

Victora C. 1986. Child Malnutrition and Land Ownership in Southern Brazil. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 18:251-264. [malnutrition; children; South America; Brazil]

Waldemann E. 1973. Seasonal Variations in Malnutrition in Africa. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 67:431-. [seasonal hunger; malnutrition; Africa]

Whiting S, MacKenzie M. 1998. Assessing the Changing Diet of Indigenous Peoples. Nutrition Reviews 56(8). [dietary change; traditional native diet; acculturation; nutrition and disease]

Wildes JE, Emery RE, Simon AD. 2001. The Roles of Ethnicity and Culture in the Development of Eating Disturbance and Body Dissatisfaction: A Meta-Analytic Review. Clinical Psychology Review 21(ER4):521-551. [eating disorder; body image]

Williams DE, Knowler WC, Smith CJ, et al. 2001. The Effect of Indian and Anglo Dietary Preference on the Incidence of Diabetes in Pima Indians. Diabetes care 24(5):811-816. [acculturation; food preference; nutrition and disease; North American Indians; Pima]

Woywodt A, Kiss A. 2002. Geophagia: The History of Earth Eating. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine 95(3):143-146. [diet and disease; history]

Young YK. 1993. Diabetes Mellitus among Native Americans in Canada and the United States. American Journal of Human Biology 5:399-413. [nutrition and disease; diabete mellitus; North American Indians; Canada; United States]

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