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Elder care experts discuss malnutrition in seniors

A recent study conducted by the Canadian Malnutrition Task Force (a committee of the Canadian  Nutrition Society) shows that a disturbingly high percentage of seniors, who are admitted to hospitals  for other conditions, have some degree of malnutrition. There needs to be greater understanding by seniors and anyone involved in senior care. Click the article below to learn more:

New Study Shows Seniors have a High Incidence of Malnutrition

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