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Two children who are raised in separate countries may experience radically different lives. How can political stability, economy, and the availability of resources affect the life of a child
Weegy: Nutritional status is a measure of the health condition of an individual as affected primarily by the intake of food and utilization of nutrients. [ According to the World Health Organization (WHO), health is not only the absence of disease but a state of complete mental and physical wellbeing in relation to the productivity and performance of an individual. Good nutritional status can only be realized and sustained when individuals within families and communities are food-secure. Food security has been defined as access by all people at all times to the food needed for a healthy life (FAO/WHO, 1992a). Food security has three important dimensions: adequate availability of food supplies; assured access to sufficient food for all individuals; and its proper utilization to provide a proper and balanced diet. The state of hunger and malnutrition within a country is related to its level of development (OMNI, 1998). The relationship between nutrition and human resource development was best described by the 1992 International Conference on Nutrition (ICN) held in Rome, which, in its World Declaration and Plan of Action for Nutrition, stated that nutritional well-being of all people is a pre-condition for the development of societies and is a key objective of progress in human development. A well-nourished, healthy workforce is a pre-condition for sustainable development. At the same time, the nutritional well-being of a population is a reflection of the performance of its social and economic sectors; and to a large extent, an indicator of the efficiency of national resource allocation. see also.. ] (More)
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When culture spreads through things like television, the Internet, and radio, this is called cultural diffusion through __________. A. migration B. technology C. conquest D. movement
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Culture sometimes spreads because migrants move from one country to another, carrying their traditions and beliefs with them. This is called cultural diffusion through __________. A. war B. conquest C. technology D. migration
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A government ruled by a king or queen is a __________. A. parliament B. military state C. monarchy D. republic
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A government ruled by a king or queen is a monarchy.
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