Children, the elderly, and those suffering from disease are most at risk for malnutrition. People with higher nutrient needs (like children or pregnant/lactating women) may be at risk for malnutrition if they do not consume the appropriate nutrients.
Those suffering from/living with disease often have higher nutrient needs because their bodies are under a lot of stress, but may not be consuming enough to make up for their incredible needs.
Malnutrition occurs when you are not getting sufficient nutrients in your diet. Homeless people and low income or poor families are the groups of people who are most vulnerable to malnutrition.
Teenage Girls. Teenage Girls. Teenage girls some as young as 12.
Anyone whose body chemistry becomes imbalanced for their particular metabolism.
Anyone who does not eat a balanced diet is malnourished.
Infants, young children, and teenagers need additional nutrients. So do women who are pregnant or breastfeeding.
Young children and the elderly have the highest rate of long-term complications and death.
Between the ages of 12 and 26.
All age groups can suffer.
Children are more likely to have heavy infestations and are also more likely to suffer from malabsorption and malnutrition than adults.
Anyone can suffer from emphysema, it usually is more popular in smokers, so it depends on what age you start to smoke ;0
Malnutrition, Injury, and old age.
Ages 14, and under are the age groups most likely to be violated.
what are the age groups most affected with marasmus? The answer is 40-50
Prognosis for all patients with malnutrition seems to be dependent on the age of the patient, and the length and severity of the malnutrition.
Well, 20,000+ children die of malnutrition or related illnesses daily, most of them in that age range; and surely most of them would be gladly given to a would-be adopter, so go with that.
ages 8 and up
there are no age groups just levels
ranges from 2-20% of the population in the United States, with the frequency gradually increasing in the older age groups.