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  • R Lister
  • 1995
Water poverty has become to the 1990s what fuel poverty was to the 1970s and 1980s. Underlying the growing concern on the issue is, on the one hand, a steep rise in the numbers living on poverty level incomes over the past 15 years and on the other, increasing difficulties among many poorer households in paying for the water that they need. Having briefly(More)
Proper nutrition is an important concept that is enforced over and over by parents, teachers, coaches and the government. Nutrition effects every system in the body and can dramatically alter someone's personal state of health. However, society presents a picture of bodily perfection that combined with genetic predisposition can result in the manifestation(More)
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