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- n. Malnutrition.
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- n. malnutrition, undernourishment
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- n. not having enough food to develop or function normally
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Dehydration, along with malnourishment is a life threatening condition.
More than 90 percent are suffering long-term malnourishment and micronutrient deficiency.
That should have told everyone paying attention that Petraeus's military genius consists of penchant for staging flashy displays of chickensh**t and that McChrystal is permanently goofy from the effects of long-term malnourishment and sleep deprivation.
It used to be because of malnourishment, which is why the school lunch program was started years ago.
Mark Davis, her attorney, says only some of the horses were underweight, and their malnourishment was a result of illness, not lack of food.
Given the news about Eritrea talks about "malnourishment" in Eritrea, don't you think it is misleading to include the sad image of Somali child in the news item pertaining to Eritrea?
Depression could also cause major problems such as malnourishment, or even obesity.
ACS was also investigating whether the boy had been a victim of malnourishment, the official said.
Selena Gomez says exhaustion and malnourishment was to blame for her hospitalization.
Selena Gomez says malnourishment and exhaustion caused hospitalization