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Current and Future Landscape of Nutritional Epidemiologic Research.

The last half-century of nutrition research has expanded beyond traditional nutrition research based primarily on in vitro biochemistry, animal models, and short-term feeding studies with risk factors as the primary outcomes. Although such studies are still an integral part of nutrition research, th... Full description

Journal Title: JAMA November 27, 2018, Vol.320(20), pp.2073-2074
Main Author: Hu, Frank B
Other Authors: Willett, Walter C
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  • Research Design–Analysis
  • United States–Analysis
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