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Lack of proper nutrition, caused by not having enough to eat, not eating enough of the right things, or being unable to use the food that one does eat.
undernourishment, malnourishment, undernutrition, poor diet, inadequate diet, unhealthy diet, lack of food, inanitionView synonyms
- ‘The perils of battle apart, both sides suffered from malaria, malnutrition and inadequate supplies.’
- ‘Most people suffer from malnutrition and do not have access to adequate health care.’
- ‘An estimated 1.8 million refugees fled to the borders, with disease and malnutrition.’
- ‘For example, malnutrition and lack of access to clean water can lead to blindness.’
- ‘Each year six million children under the age of 5 years die because of diseases that result from malnutrition.’
- ‘Simply stated, any one suffering from malnutrition and disease is at a much greater risk.’
- ‘The widespread problem of malnutrition is as much a concern to everyone as the efforts at its amelioration.’
- ‘Food shortages and malnutrition had their biggest impact on Afghan girl children.’
- ‘Many, however, are found to be suffering instead from other illness, or from exhaustion or malnutrition.’
- ‘People should not be dying of conditions brought on by malnutrition in a world that has an overcapacity of food production.’
- ‘The Ministry of Health says people are more vulnerable than usual due to malnutrition and food shortages.’
- ‘The management of health and malnutrition is now largely standardised.’
- ‘There is a higher incidence of malnutrition and ill health in the war torn areas.’
- ‘What is beyond dispute is that people in many of the world's poorer nations suffer from disease and malnutrition.’
- ‘The two clinics run by the council have 590 cases of child malnutrition on their books.’
- ‘Protein energy malnutrition is the most deadly form of malnutrition.’
- ‘They suffer malnutrition, poor eyesight, bone deformation and respiratory diseases.’
- ‘The challenge of malnutrition is not well addressed by existing interventions.’
- ‘There were no catastrophic epidemics but people were more susceptible to malnutrition and injuries.’
- ‘Pre-existing malnutrition has been shown to be a major clinical problem in surgical patients.’
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