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Lack of iodized salt causes ‘serious public health problem’ in Cambodia

Laillou was stunned to find that 90 percent of coarse salt and 40-50 percent of fine salt was now not iodized. And all of it was labeled as iodized. Online journal Nutrients said iodine deficiency in Cambodia had become “a serious public health problem” just ...

Robert Carmichael and Sokummono Khan
http://www.voacambodia.com/a/salt-iodization-cambodia-public-health/3802313.html

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