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Which one of the following choices best represents a health risk associated with being underweight? A. Susceptibility to disease B. Hair loss C. Nausea and vomiting D. Heart valve damage
A. Susceptibility to disease
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Which one of the following choices best represents a health risk associated with being underweight?
ANSWER: B. Hair loss. Why?
This is one of the signs and symptoms occur in patients suffering from malnutrition. THis could only be the best answer of all the choices given.


A. Susceptible to disease. An underweight person is prone to acquire diseases in which a normal person don't have one. The body needs nutrients in order to boost its immune system to prevent people becomes sick. This choice is a broad and a wide subject to be discussed and the question only asked is that what is the best represent a health risk factor associated in underweight clients.

C. Nausea and Vomiting. This does not occur in underweight patients, unless the patient is pregnant or poisoned.

D.Heart valve damage. Most clients have this symptoms if they have birth defects, or any conditions that triggers it, but seldom this symptom can be a cause of underweight.


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skaylus, please answer in a complete sentence that restate the question and provide a source to verify its accuracy.


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