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Diet quality and major chronic disease risk in men and women: moving toward improved dietary guidance
Cost-benefit analysis indicates the positive economic benefits of the expanded food and nutrition education program related to chronic disease prevention.
Chronic Disease, Functional Status, and Self-Ascribed Causes of Disabilities Among Noninstitutionalized Older People in Spain
Prevalence, Expenditures, and Complications of Multiple Chronic Conditions in the Elderly
Energetic adaptation to chronic disease in the elderly.
Nutrition and the immune system in aging: An overview.
Reduced nutritional status in an elderly population (> 70 y) is probable before disease and possibly contributes to the development of disease.
Clinical manifestations. Failure to thrive in the elderly.
Diseases and aging: patterns of morbidity with age; relationship between aging and age-associated diseases.
Diet and chronic disease issues for minority populations
Prospective study of pneumonia hospitalizations and mortality of U.S. older people: the role of chronic conditions, health behaviors, and nutritional status.
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