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Nutrition
Vol. 14 No 3 | Spring 2012

Nutrition

Vol. 14 No 3 | Spring 2012


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It’s not just morning sickness

Nausea and vomiting of pregnancy (NVP) ranges from the occasional wave of nausea while trying to cook, to severe hyperemesis gravidarum. It affects up to 70 per cent of all pregnancies and persists beyond 20 weeks in 13 per cent. True hyperemesis gravidarum, characterised by severe vomiting, dehydration, significant weight loss and electrolyte disturbance, is relatively rare (0.3–3 per cent).

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A/Prof Sandra Lowe
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It’s not just morning sickness
A/Prof Sandra Lowe
Dr Che-yung Chao
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Gastroenterological disorders in pregnancy
Dr Che-yung Chao
Carol Bartle
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The first superfood
Carol Bartle
NHMRC
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Iodine supplementation
NHMRC
Alice Redward
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Dietary supplementation in pregnancy
Alice Redward