Examples of malnutrition in a Sentence
a program to help poor children suffering from malnutrition
Recent Examples of malnutrition from the Web
Malnutrition and poor sanitation have made the Middle Eastern country vulnerable to diseases that most of the world has confined to the history books.
Believe me, there has been no shortage of eating or malnutrition for me or baby girl.
Ulcerative colitis patients can get very sick from weight loss and malnutrition, and develop anemia (low blood counts) which can cause fatigue and other issues, Dr. Ananthakrishnan says.
Many children are victimized by poverty, malnutrition, and discrimination to this day.
Kittens die from disease, malnutrition and predation from predators.
According to medical examiners, the immediate cause of Boyce's death was listed as pneumonia, with malnutrition, dehydration and physical neglect listed as significant conditions contributing to the woman's death.
By boosting agricultural productivity, pesticides and other chemicals can help raise people out of poverty and lessen malnutrition, which worsens diseases.
The hospital said he was being monitored for a condition known as refeeding syndrome, which is sparked by severe malnutrition, and ordered that he be given unrestricted access to food.
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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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