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Horwitz, C. (Ed.). Advances in diet and nutrition. Libbey, London, 1985. Pp.403, £27·50.
This publication contains 102 short contributions from the First International Congress onDiet and Nutrition, Tel Aviv, February 1983. There are sections on Clinical Nutrition,Physiological Response and Nutrition, Nutrition in Children and Adolescents, Lipids, Nutrientsand Fibre, Food Products, Nutrition and Public Health, Community Nutrition, HistoricalAspects of Nutrition.
Iversen, S. D. (Ed.). Psychopharmacology: Recent advances and future prospects. OxfordUniversity Press, 1985, Pp. 332, £25. (Contains paper by Sandler and Silverstone onPsychopharmacology and Food.)
Leeds, A. R. (Ed.). Dietary fibre perspectives: reviews and bibliography. Libbey, London, 1985,Pp. 358, £24, $42·00.
Weibourne, J. and Purgold, 1. The eating sickness: Anorexia, bulimia and the myth of suicide byslimming. Harvester Press, Brighton, 1984, Pp. 163, £15·95 (paperback £5'95).
Hautvast.J, G. A. 1. and Klaver, W. (Eds.). The dietfactor in epidemiological research. Euro-NutReport 1. Pp. 154, 1982.
de Backer, G. G., Tunstall Pedos, H. and Ducimetiere, P. (Eds.). Surveillance ofthe dietary habitsofthe population with regard to cardiovascular diseases. Euro-Nut Report 2. Pp. 116, 1983.
Ghione, S. (Ed.). Individual susceptibility to salt intake and arterial hypertension. Euro-NutReport 3. Pp. 209, 1984. Wageningen: Department of Human Nutrition, AgriculturalUniversity. Gratis.
This series of symposium books is based on research papers given at Workshops run by the"concerted action project on nutrition" led by Hautvast in the European Community. The EuroNut (ur-oh-noot) project concerns diet, blood pressure and diseases of the digestive tract, andresearch into dietary prevention of diseases. Further Reports are coming out, including ones onatrophic gastritis and on measurement of food habits and their determinants.
Some readers of Appetite may be interested in the discussions of nutrient intake assessmentmethod in the first two Reports. Report 3, as its title suggests, contains several papers addressingthe problems and implications of individual salt intakes data-a topic that has recurred in theJournal's pages.
D. A. BoothUniversity of Birmingham
Hoope, R. and Schroder, E. (Eds.). Anorexia nervosa, an international bibliography (1873-1984).Pp.295, approximately 5,500 references, mainly in English, paperback. Distributed byReinhard Hoppe, Arcostrasse 7, D-1000 Berlin 10, Germany, 1985. $35'00.
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