Hi, I am Qianling Zhou, My LiveDNA is 86.2616
 
   
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Dr. Qianling Zhou
 
Highest Degree: Ph.D. in Food Sciences from Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland
 
Institute: Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland
 
Area of Interest: Food Science Technology
  •   Food Science
  •   Human Nutrition
  •   Metabolism
  •   Public Health
 
URL: http://livedna.org/86.2616
 
My SELECTED Publications
1:   Zhou, Q., K.M. Younger and J.M. Kearney, 2008. Are mothers aware of the importance of infant feeding and paediatric nutrition?: A follow-up to the DIT-Coombe Hospital Study. Proc. Nutr. Soc. Vol., 67. .
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2:   Zhou, Q., K.M. Younger and J.M. Kearney, 2009. Attitudes towards breastfeeding among a sample of Chinese mothers living in Ireland. Proc. Nutr. Soc. Vol., 68. .
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3:   Zhou, Q., K.M. Younger and J.M. Kearney, 2009. Breastfeeding practices in China and Ireland: The Chinese mothers in Ireland survey. Ann. Nutr. Metab. Vol., 55. .
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4:   Zhou, Q., K.M. Younger and J.M. Kearney, 2009. Factors associated with breastfeeding among a sample of Chinese mothers who gave birth in Ireland. Ann. Nutr. Metab. Vol., 55. .
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5:   Zhou, Q., K.M. Younger and J.M. Kearney, 2010. An exploration of the knowledge and attitudes towards breastfeeding among a sample of Chinese mothers in Ireland. BMC Public Health Vol., 10. .
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6:   Zhou, Q., K.M. Younger and J.M. Kearney, 2010. How to be successful in exclusive breastfeeding for four to six months-experiences of Chinese mothers in Ireland. Public Health Nutr. Vol., 13. .
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7:   Zhou, Q., K.M. Younger and J.M. Kearney, 2010. Reasons for reducing breastfeeding duration among Chinese mothers in Ireland: A qualitative study. Public Health Nutr. Vol., 13. .
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8:   Zhou, Q., P. Asawasirisap and J.M. Kearney, 2009. Perception of dietary change and attitudes towards the Irish diet among non-nationals in Ireland. Ann. Nutr. Metab. Vol., 55. .
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