inadequate nutrition

inadequate nutrition

Malnutrition, see there.
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Khadijat Alarape of the Oyo State Ministry of Health said that the three children were moderate acute malnutrition (MaMa), but she didn't fail to stress the fact that their malnourishment was of serious health concern because their inadequate nutrition has already given signs of their stunting.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Nearly 63 million women are "missing" from India's population due to foeticide, disease, neglect, or inadequate nutrition, a government survey says, adding that more than two million women disappear every year.
They dubbed nutrition as a cornerstone of any individual's health, which is especially critical for women because inadequate nutrition wreaks havoc not only on women's own health but also on the health of their children.
Child mortality: the mortality rate of children under the age of five (in part, a reflection of the fatal mix of inadequate nutrition and unhealthy environments).
Inadequate nutrition during this time can irreversibly hamper cognitive and physical development.
USA], August 2 (ANI): Inadequate nutrition poses a serious health concern for older adults, finds a recent study.
However, these animals often lead short, hard lives, with tough working conditions, inadequate nutrition and no access to veterinary treatment.
Deer with adequate nutrition in spring and summer tend to be more prone to breed on time than are those on inadequate nutrition.
Fatigue is sometimes caused by treatable conditions, such as anemia, inadequate nutrition, or blood imbalances, so tell your doctor if you're experiencing fatigue so possible causes can be investigated.
The health risks associated with childhood poverty range from higher infant mortality risks to inadequate nutrition to a higher incidence of chronic disease, all of which contribute to a child's school readiness, opportunity to learn and future health trajectory.
Food security is a pressing issue for African countries, and inadequate nutrition is a major challenge across the continent.
One was abandoned at birth after living her first 29 weeks in squalor with, as nearly as I can guess, inadequate nutrition and God knows what else at play.