Biomedical and Environmental Science
Chen, C., He, Y., Deng, L., Jia, F.
Article on impact of the global economic crisis on the nutritional status of children in China during and after the crisis. Methods Data from 1990 to 2010 were sourced from the National Food and Nutrition Surveillance System. Approximately 16 000 children under 5 years old were selected using a stratified random cluster method from 40 surveillance sites. Anthropometric and hemoglobin measurements for children under 5 were conducted .Nutritional status was determined according to WHO child growth standards. The nutritional status of children under 5 was comparatively stable during and after the global economic crisis, attributable to the Chinese government's policy response.
- Other Crises
- East Asia
- High-Income Countries (HICs)
- Children (boys and/or girls 1-10 years old)
- Children <5 years old
- Journal article