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  • ...nlm.nih.gov/cgi/mesh/2007/MB_cgi?field=uid&term=D018529 |title=Nutritional Support|author=National Library of Medicine |accessdate=2007-11-13 |format= |work=} ===Enteral nutrition===
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  • Supply of additional foods and liquids necessary to advance healing and support health.
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Nutritional support]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Support (disambiguation)}}
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  • {{r|Support (mathematics)}} {{r|Support (medical)}}
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  • ...nlm.nih.gov/cgi/mesh/2007/MB_cgi?field=uid&term=D018529 |title=Nutritional Support|author=National Library of Medicine |accessdate=2007-11-13 |format= |work=} ===Enteral nutrition===
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  • ...and development. 123:737-745.</ref>. Natural experiments with human twins support these findings. Monozygotic twins lifespans were found to be statistically ...ses than intrinsic ones. Extrinsic pressures that affect mortality include nutrition, disease, climate and environment. Humans have been able to offset the c
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  • :''See also [[Dietetics]], [[Nutritional support]]'' ...ication of complementary medicine, '''nutritional therapy''' is the use of nutritional methods to address and prevent disease. It is considered a complement
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  • ====Production, Income Protection and Price Support==== ====Hunger, Nutrition and Family Farms====
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  • ...ondary roots. Often the roots store nutrients and water, helping to retain nutritional substances that deposit on their bases. In some cases, the roots have ...g or at the end of each vegetative growth period. Although not the primary nutritional source of orchids, they usually benefit from a kind of [[symbiosis]] w
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  • ...ondary roots. Often the roots store nutrients and water, helping to retain nutritional substances that deposit on their bases. In some cases, the roots have ...g or at the end of each vegetative growth period. Although not the primary nutritional source of orchids, they usually benefit from a kind of [[symbiosis]] w
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  • **[[Nutritional medicine]] *Group 3 cannot be supported unless and until convincing research evidence of efficacy, based upon the
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  • ...apid growth, particularly weight gain, during early infancy. Postnatal overnutrition is particularly detrimental for infants who are born small for gestation ...life. This is thought to reflect fetal programming, the phenomenon whereby nutrition and other influences during development set the body's organs and system
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  • ...nervous system]] damage such as [[neuropathy]] or [[myopathy]] is common. Support has been shown for a number of treatments aimed at attenuating neurotoxin-m ...e the complexities of the nervous system, such as the interactions between supporting astrocytes and neurons in creating the BBB.<ref>Harry 1998</ref> To even
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  • ...Rs fill a gap where facility-based registers often fall short, such as for supporting outreach activities to vaccinate un-/under-immunized children and servin ...vaccination services were documented. As the importance of early childhood nutrition and growth monitoring became a focus of child survival programmes in the
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  • In the [[U.S. Senate]], the '''Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry''' is among the oldest committees, having been established ===Production, Income Protection and Price Support===
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  • ...]. It is a recognized leading center of expertise in the fields of health, nutrition and [[environmental protection]]. ...cting research and collecting knowledge worldwide. The results are used to support the Dutch government in formulating policy.
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  • ...ir findings. Some analyses have concluded that there is no strong evidence supporting homeopathy as effective for any clinical condition. However, others have ...n, and a cough may help to eliminate mucus--and medication may be given to support this self-healing response.
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  • ...Animal Health]]; [[Subcommittee on Production, Income Protection and Price Support]]
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  • ...-wage workers, and the utter destitution of people who fall outside family support systems, social institutions and safety nets. ...a definition of child poverty: Children living in poverty are deprived of nutrition, water and sanitation facilities, access to basic health-care services,
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  • * Higher education programs (the Higher Education Act), to support college access for low and middle-income students and help families pay for * School lunch and child nutrition programs;
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  • ...''Atkins diet'' or just ''Atkins''. It was created by Dr. [[Robert Atkins (nutritionalist)|Robert Atkins]] in the 1960's, who used it to solve his own overwe ...ain cause of metabolism disorders. With most emphasis being on the diet, [[nutritional supplements]] and regular exercise are considered equally important el
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  • ...the other pages he had started long time back - viz., [[Clinical decision support system]], [[Evidence-based medicine]], [[Hemispheric lateralization]], [[Jo
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  • ...onference of Catholic Bishops of having a social activism group it alleges supports homosexuality and abortion
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