Data from: Multiple micronutrient status and predictors of anemia in young children aged 12-23 months living in New Delhi, India

Deborah McIntosh, Geeta Trilok-Kumar, Jillian J. Haszard, Michelle J. Harper, Malcolm Reid, Jeurgen Erhardt, Karl Bailey, Rosalind S. Gibson & Lisa A. Houghton
Anemia has been identified as a severe public health concern among young children in India, however, information on the prevalence of anemia attributed to micronutrient deficiencies is lacking. We aimed to assess multiple micronutrient status (iron, zinc, selenium, vitamin A, vitamin D, folate and vitamin B12) in young Indian children and to investigate the role of these seven micronutrients and other non-nutritional factors on hemoglobin concentrations and anemia. One-hundred and twenty children aged 12 to...
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