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Selenium and manganese in depression – preclinical and clinical studies

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Oleic Acid - Health Benefits and Status in Plasma Phospholipids in the Serbian Population

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The Association between Various Lifestyle Patterns and the Body Mass Index in Adolescents

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Eating Habits and Standard Body Parameters Among Students at University of Banja Luka

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Eating Behaviour and Food Preferences of Tîrgu Mures High School Students

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The Analysis of Nutritional Predictors of Anemia Combined with Obesity in Primary School-Age Children

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Therapeutical Approach of Osteoporosis — a Multidisciplinary Issue

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Diet, Smoking and Family History as Potential Risk Factors in Acne Vulgaris – a Community-Based Study

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Anthropometric Characteristics, Nutritional Status And Dietary Habits In A College Population

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Maternal Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices Regarding Dietary Fats

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