Some children are so weakened by malnutrition that they are dying en route to the camps.
While food is distributed to families, children living on the UN base in Bentiu continue to struggle with malnutrition.
Starvation and diseases arising from malnutrition were daily worries.
“One-third of South Asians and more than half of all Sub-Saharan Africans suffer from malnutrition or undernutrition,” he writes.
Eighty-two children suffering from malnutrition or cholera were waiting for the doctor in her feeding center.
malnutrition of the trees may result also in the production of oily beans.
malnutrition or anemia are also conditions which greatly disturb sleep.
An exclusive diet of milk for children of two or three years often results in anæmia and malnutrition.
Country children have adenoids, bad teeth, and malnutrition.
The troops, weakened by continual hardships and malnutrition, were an easy prey to dysentery and similar ailments.
malnutrition mal·nu·tri·tion (māl'nōō-trĭsh'ən, -nyōō-)
Poor nutrition because of an insufficient or poorly balanced diet or faulty digestion or utilization of foods.