About: malnutrition

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Health 17-03-2021

Why is nutritional care important for patients with COVID-19 across the healthcare continuum?

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“Prevention, diagnosis and treatment of malnutrition should be routinely included in the management of COVID-19 patients” European Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism (ESPEN)
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Health 18-05-2020

Malnutrition – A condition that affects 33 million people in Europe

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Malnutrition can affect everyone: from premature babies to adults and older people. Malnutrition is associated with higher complications rate and risk of infections, longer hospital stays and increased mortality. Read more about the prevalence, consequences, and estimated costs of malnutrition...
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A silent cull of the world's children
Development Policy 01-03-2014

INFOGRAPHIC: A silent cull of the world’s children

According to the World Health Organization, some 6.6 million children, under the age of 5, died in 2012, half of them from conditions that were preventable, or treated with access to simple, affordable interventions.
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How we eat at the global table
Development Policy 31-01-2014

How we eat at the global table

The Netherlands, France and Switzerland are the three countries enjoying the planet’s cheapest, healthiest and most plentiful diets according to a new Oxfam ‘Good Enough to Eat’ index, while three African countries have the worst.