August 2015

IDD Newsletter

In this issue:
  • ‘Iodine Villages’ thrive across Thailand
  • U.S. non-prescription prenatal vitamins may have more iodine than stated on the label
  • Poland is iodine sufficient after 20 years of IDD monitoring
  • Modern history of iodine and the near eradication of cretinism
  • Japan’s iodine status – too high or just right?
  • Tajikistan scales up efforts to tackle IDD
  • Cambodia’s IDD program jeopardized by poorly iodized salt
  • Ten years of a national coalition for sustained optimal iodine intake in India
  • GAIN-UNICEF Partnership Project



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