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But that is not necessarily the most efficient way for everyone to lose weight, according to a new study by the UN’s atomic energy watchdog. (...) “When enrolled into exercise programmes for weight loss, most people lose a little weight, some individuals lose lots, but a few unlucky individuals actually gain weight”, said John Speakman, chair of the DLW Database Management Group and one of the study’s authors. (...) However, with age and weight, this ratio drops, and those with the highest body mass index will only lose 51 per cent of the calories burned in exercise. 
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Score: 1448920.5 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2021/12/1108992
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At the last examination by a pediatrician, she weighed only 5,300 grams, which is much less than the standard weight. UNICEF/Tajikistan/2021/U. Fazylova Little Shukrona is being examined on her weight gain by pediatrician in a city policlinic #9 in Dushanbe. (...) Fazylova Amina, a 4 y.o girl and her mother came to the routine health check-up to the city policlinic #9, where she is getting her BP-100 treatment. Amina started losing weight around the age of two, but it did not affect her activity in any way. (...) We tried to feed her at home, but she ate very little and continued to lose weight. The local family doctor referred us to our pediatrician, Dr.
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Score: 1269203.1 - https://www.unicef.org/tajikis...ren-tajikistan-amidst-covid-19
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At the last examination by a pediatrician, she weighed only 5,300 grams, which is much less than the standard weight. UNICEF/Tajikistan/2021/U. Fazylova Little Shukrona is being examined on her weight gain by pediatrician in a city policlinic #9 in Dushanbe. (...) Fazylova Amina, a 4 y.o girl and her mother came to the routine health check-up to the city policlinic #9, where she is getting her BP-100 treatment. Amina started losing weight around the age of two, but it did not affect her activity in any way. (...) We tried to feed her at home, but she ate very little and continued to lose weight. The local family doctor referred us to our pediatrician, Dr.
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Score: 1269203.1 - https://www.unicef.org/eca/sto...ren-tajikistan-amidst-covid-19
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In addition, it is important to protect babies and young children from losing weight when they become sick, whatever the cause.   (...) Breastfeed more frequently Babies and young children need breast milk to help fight sickness, prevent weight loss, and recover more quickly. Breastfeeding also provides comfort to sick babies and children. (...) This will help your child regain the weight that may have been lost as a result of sickness.  
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Score: 1252695.6 - https://www.unicef.org/laos/st...ldren-during-covid-19-pandemic
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In addition, it is important to protect babies and young children from losing weight when they become sick, whatever the cause.   (...) Breastfeed more frequently Babies and young children need breast milk to help fight sickness, prevent weight loss, and recover more quickly. Breastfeeding also provides comfort to sick babies and children. (...) This will help your child regain the weight that may have been lost as a result of sickness.
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Score: 1241810.4 - https://www.unicef.org/eap/fee...ldren-during-covid-19-pandemic
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A healthy child who is growing well should gain weight every month. If your child is not gaining weight or is losing weight, there is a problem. (...) A health check-up can also detect if a child is gaining weight too fast for his or her age. This requires examining a child’s weight in relation to his or her height, which can determine if the child is overweight. (...) At each weighing the child’s weight should be marked with a dot on the growth chart and the dots should be connected.
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Score: 1239062.7 - https://www.unicef.org/uganda/...g-growth-and-development-child
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• people that lost something that they have had or potentially have • losing material goods • losing opportunities • neglecting or abandoning one’s own or someone else’s talents • losing one’s track, meaning, or even identity, in life • people in periphery, outside mainstream Losing or getting lost? (...) • company’s R&D unit: ”fresh ideas” • young museum visitor: ”meaning of objects” • relatives of HIV/AIDS victims: “the dignity of my family story” • ICT employee: “interest in my job or trust in my employer” • last farmer in a rural area: “future” • ICT-illiterate teacher: “self-confidence” • parent or child: “child” or “parent” Losing and ICT • Goal-oriented task: Searching for a single piece of relevant, expected information within a mass of data – Starts from information shortage, hunger – Detail lost • Data-oriented task: Revealing a latent, unexpected pattern from massive data – Starts from data excess – Big picture lost Regular losing: Have-nots misplace critical belongings • Starting point: losing necessary possessions, like keys • Consequence: one gets lost because of one’s alienation from the haves, or having itself • Leads to empovertyment Emancipating losing: Haves get rid of burdens • Starting point: lost in abundance, like overweight or hyperspace • Consequence: One must branch off the peripheral, i.e. lose the unnecessary, like weight or information • Leads to empowerment Losing as a key to future technologies • The two types of losing might match or compensate each other • Preventing or compensating regular losing by concretizing challenges – needs-based • Promoting emancipating losing by focused inventions – strength-based 4? • Agency: Technology has always to be a proactive agent for change • Bias: The agenda might be politically incorrect and impartial to defend the rights of those who keep on losing. The question mark after 4 always draws attention to analysis and criticism of the designed technologies • Concreteness: Unlike in policy-oriented, large- scale information society initiatives, small, concrete steps forward do matter • Difference: Technology has a target, task or mission for a difference Scenario: Tanzania • Ethnocomputing, self- confidence, African I- BLOCKs, context.
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Score: 1180920.3 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../29/02/T29020000090020PDFE.pdf
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This tape was designed to  estimate the weight of a child between 2 months and 16 years without weighing them : all that is needed is to wrap the renowned tape around their arm. (...) Although the scientific effectiveness of the tape has already been proven,  checks must now be made with healthcare personnel to ensure that it actually facilitates, for them, the measurement of a child’s weight . This tape is revolutionary in allowing you to avoid the use of a scale, a tool which is costly and gets worn with age, losing its accuracy. (...) No, the Mercy tapes are not an iPhone 6 and so I started, without further delay, the demonstration of weight measurements to show the product’s usage/ how to use the product.
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Score: 1173337.8 - https://www.unicef.org/innovat...sting-weight-measurement-tapes
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Her appetite had completely vanished, and her weight had drastically dropped to 4.4.kg – much too little for a baby her age. (...) Aissata’s first taste of therapeutic food was memorable, her mother says: she was so hungry, she didn’t want to stop eating. By then, her weight had gone up to 5.1kg – still far from her target weight, but in the safe zone. (...) A usual course of treatment on ready-to-use therapeutic food lasts between 6 and 8 weeks, but Mariam has hopes Aissata will hit her target weight before then. The trick will then be to ensure varied and nutritious food at home, so she won’t ever have to return to the health center.
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Score: 1161546.7 - https://www.unicef.org/mali/en/stories/responding-every-need
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His middle upper arm circumference (MUAC) – a standard procedure to measure the nutritional status of a child- was only 10cm, weight was 7.07kg, and length was 78cm, far below the normal weight of a child his age.   (...) Bibi is happy, and has a smile on her face, as Gulbudin is then transferred to the transitional phase and started with F100 therapeutic milk to accelerate weight gain. UNICEF/Afghanistan/2020 18 months Gulbudin receives Ready to Use Therapeutic Food (RUTF) at the UNICEF-supported Regional Hospital in Nangarhar “My son was treated for six (6) days in here, I was so scared I would lose him. (...) Gulbudin’s weight has increased to 7.6kg and his MUAC has become 10.7cm making him lively and healthier. 
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Score: 1144004.3 - https://www.unicef.org/afghanistan/stories/surviving-scare
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