(pp.075-088) S. Ezzat ‘Factors associated with soft and energy drinks consumption by university students in Alexandria Egypt’, IJFNPH, Vol. 8, No. 2, 2016

16th June 2016

Sally Ezzat Alexandria University Students’ Hospital, Alexandria University, Egypt Purpose: The aim of this study was to determine the frequency of the consumption of soft and energy drinks by university students, and to identify the factors affecting the consumption rates. Method: The study included 400 university students in the age group 18-24 years. Data were [more details]

(pp.291-309) S. Ezzat and M. Amin ‘Energy intake, dietary pattern and physical activity during Ramadan’, IJFNPH, Vol. 6, No. 3/4, 2013

28th December 2013

Sally Ezzat, Alexandria University, Egypt Mohamed Amin, University of Wisconsin, USA Purpose: The aim of this study was to evaluate the impact of changes in energy intake, dietary pattern and mode of physical activity while fasting during Ramadan on the change in body weight of adult males and females. Design/methodology/approach: This study included 207 males [more details]

(pp.161-177) R. Hamza and S. Zaher ‘Do subsidies increase the poor’s access to food? A case of information failure in Egypt’, IJIKMMENA, Vol. 1, No. 2, 2012

2nd June 2012

Randa Hamza, The American University in Cairo (AUC), Egypt Shadwa Zaher, The British University in Egypt (BUE), Egypt Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to investigate the Egyptian government’s subsidisation policies in the wheat sector. The paper argues that it is essential to develop knowledge- and data-management tools to better understand the market and [more details]

(pp.31-38) M. A. Mohsen, M. M. Youssef, S. T. Zaki and M. M. El-Shamy ‘Mid-upper arm, chest and head circumference cut-off points and equations for identifying low birth weight in Egypt’, IJFNPH, Vol. 4, No. 1, 2011

9th May 2011

Manal A. Mohsen, Mai M. Youssef, Safaa T. Zaki, National Research Center, Egypt Maha M. El-Shamy, Al-Mataria Teaching Hospital, Egypt Abstract: Because of the prevalent resource-poor settings during deliveries in developing countries, few anthropometric surrogates have been suggested to identify low birth weight (LBW < 2500 grams) babies. The WHO reported that validity of mid-upper-arm [more details]