U.S. Troops Subsist On Impure Water, Partial Meals Once A Day

By | Thu, 08/22/2013 - 23:02

The non-profit organization TroopsDirect report lamentable conditions beyond the wire, with troops drinking impure water and surviving on diets devoid of protein.

Improving Water Quality And General Hygiene Could Add Half A Centimeter To Children’s Height

Clean Water And Good Hygiene Could Make Your Child Grow Taller: 265 Million Children Are Affected By Stunting Worldwide

By | Fri, 08/02/2013 - 13:02

Poor hygiene, limited access to safe water, and poor sanitation are all linked to impaired growth in children under the age of five.

EU Will Pledge 3.5B Euros to Address the Malnutrition Plagues Impoverished Countries

EU Donates 3.5B Euro To Combat Malnutrition In 50 Developing Countries, 40 In Africa

By | Fri, 06/07/2013 - 14:49

The European Union will pledge the donation of 3.5B euros ($4.6B) to address global hunger at an international conference on nutrition Saturday.

Malnutrition Killed 3.1M Children; Aids Pressing $9.6B Nutritional Campaign Ahead Of G8 Summit Meeting

Malnutrition Killed 3.1M Children; Study Proposes $9.6B Nutritional Campaign Ahead Of G8 Summit

By | Thu, 06/06/2013 - 12:35

With rising deaths from malnutrition in children, a new report proposes 10 intervention methods for a nutrient agenda that may hit a financial roadblock at the next G8 Summit.


4-Year-Old Living on Sugar Found Malnourished with Dead Mother

By | Wed, 03/27/2013 - 23:38

A 4-year-old living on sugar was found in a New Jersey apartment, with his dead mother’s body. How did this happen?


Abnormal Gut Bacteria Linked to Severe Malnutrition in African Children

By | Wed, 01/30/2013 - 20:47

New research on young twins in Malawi in sub Saharan Africa has identified a new culprit of severe acute childhood malnutrition: gut bacteria.