Examples of malnutrition in a Sentence
a program to help poor children suffering from malnutrition
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Debbie Guatelli-Steinberg, an anthropologist at the Ohio State University and author of What Teeth Reveal About Human Evolution, has seen firsthand how disease and malnutrition plagued Neanderthals.
Nearly 80 years ago, Kelder died from disease and malnutrition at Japan’s Cabanatuan POW Camp, where he was buried alongside thirteen others.
Many of the birds were left dead in cages or suffered from various states of dehydration and malnutrition, Jones said.
More than 10,000 people have died from malnutrition, disease and the fighting.
But the fears are the same: malnutrition, disease, even death.
The leading causes of death examined by the Center's research team include blunt force trauma from ship strikes, malnutrition, trauma and entanglement.
But, over time, eating foods that trick you into feeling full can lead to binging, overeating, and malnutrition.
While the full effects of this aren't yet known, scientists worry that this can lead to malnutrition and other problems.
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MALNUTRITION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of malnutrition for English Language Learners
: the unhealthy condition that results from not eating enough food or not eating enough healthy food : poor nutrition
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