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2002 and earlier
Nutrition at Risk (1999)
Audience: Consumers and Professionals
Description: This guidebook addresses food intake,
effects of malnutrition, and frequent drugs causing malnutrition.
Includes physical signs, laboratory signs, and body mass index.
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PO Box 55
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Cost: $8.95 + shipping
Nutrition for Risk Reduction
Audience: Consumers and Professionals
Description: This website will help you learn
more about the American Cancer Society's recommendations, get
recipes, and find out about dietary supplements. Sections include:
Prevention, Early Detection, Food and Fitness, and much
Contact: American Cancer Society
Nutrition Screening: Identifying the Hidden Signs of Nutritional
Description: This video training program
provides the latest on: Nutrition screening, particularly its
importance to home health care patients; Malnutrition types, causes,
and symptoms; Fundamental components of a nutritional assessment
and screening to aid in patient assessment and home health procedures.
Video length: 21 minutes.
Contact: HCPro's Healthcare Marketplace
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