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DATE

1978

AUTHORS

Zena Stein , Mervyn Susser

ABSTRACT

This paper will be concerned with “famine” rather than “malnutrition.” “Famine,” according to the Oxford English Dictionary, is “a period of extreme and general scarcity of food.” The starvation is extreme, population-wide, and limited in time. Famine is an acute episode which, if continued for long enough, will terminate in death of the population. People experience a sensation of hunger, gnawing hunger, day and night. There are psychological manifestations (irritability and apathy), anti-social behavior (suspiciousness, aggressiveness, finally cannibalism), illnesses (infections, famine oedema, osteomalacia) and death (which comes sooner to men and to those at the extremes of life than to women and the middle-aged). In the newborn, there is a reduction in mean birth weight and a decrease in viability. There is finally a reduction in fertility that can become absolute. Once food becomes available, recovery in the population is rapid. More... »

PAGES

123-145

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TITLE

Nutrition and Human Reproduction

ISBN

978-1-4684-0792-1
978-1-4684-0790-7

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http://scigraph.springernature.com/pub.10.1007/978-1-4684-0790-7_8

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4684-0790-7_8

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