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As for limiting the types of goods based on a specific weight or value limit, such limits are not an effective tool to address safety concerns or enforce customs rules. If there are concerns about the burden of sending goods over a particular weight, the airline industry can be relied on to promulgate safety-based rules setting out the weight limitations for goods transported by air. (...) Setting a de minimis amount and using risk management to address specific concerns related to weight or value is a more effective tool for customs administrations to wield than standing in the way of growth and rapid global movement of goods.
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Score: 1123448 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...a_e/case_studies_e/es_us_e.doc
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Little by little, the child becomes irritable, lethargic, they lose weight, they lose brain synapses. The branching process that enables the contact among different areas of the cerebral cortex will be damaged in a child living under such conditions. 
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Score: 1121504.1 - https://www.unicef.org/parenti...ldren-can-develop-toxic-stress
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Children become severely wasted if they do not gain sufficient weight or lose weight due to inadequate dietary intake or diseases like diarrhea and respiratory infections.
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Score: 1118847.8 - https://www.unicef.org/rosa/wh.../care-severely-wasted-children
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filter diet Unsplash/Trust Katsande UN data helps balance New Year’s weight loss resolutions 31 December 2021 Health At the heart of many New Year’s resolutions is a fresh gym membership and an intensive exercise regime that promises to deliver quick results. 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.
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Score: 1118847.8 - https://news.un.org/en/tags/diet
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Undernutrition makes children in particular much more vulnerable to disease and death. Low weight-for-height is known as wasting. It usually indicates recent and severe weight loss, because a person has not had enough food to eat and/or they have had an infectious disease, such as diarrhoea, which has caused them to lose weight. (...) Body mass index (BMI) is an index of weight-for-height commonly used to classify overweight and obesity. It is defined as a person’s weight in kilograms divided by the square of his/her height in meters (kg/m²).
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Score: 1114504.9 - https://www.who.int/news-room/...act-sheets/detail/malnutrition
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She is one of more than 540,000 children at risk of losing their lives to this disease if not treated in time.   (...) She currently weighs 5.1 kg which means she needs to put on 3.5 kilograms to be in the average weight for a child at her age.  UNICEF/UN0705155/Al-Haj The health worker, Hana’a, says that she sees at least 80 children a day.  (...) She will be giving Jouri one sachet every day so Jouri can gain weight and grow well.  And she will bring Jouri next month to follow up her condition.  
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Score: 1113958.6 - https://www.unicef.org/yemen/s...evere-acute-malnutrition-yemen
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As I warned the Security Council last week, Palestinian frustration and grievances are growing under the weight of nearly a half-century of occupation. Ignoring this won’t make it disappear. (...) Palestinians — especially young people — are losing hope over what seems a harsh, humiliating and endless occupation. Israelis are also reeling from near-daily attacks and losing sight of the possibility of a comprehensive peace with the Palestinians.
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Score: 1110943 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2...ont-shoot-messenger-israel-ban
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From Al Hudaydah to the Alqutae Center Enshrah Mohammed Saeed is a mother of four, including seven-month-old Rajwa, who suffers from multiple health issues. “My baby was losing weight”, Enshrah says, which drove her to seek medical advice. (...) Her condition stabilized, and she regained her weight with good nutrition and milk”, she explains. (...) After that, therapeutic milk (F100) is given to the child until he or she returns to a healthy weight. Today in Yemen, 2.2 million children under five years old suffer from malnutrition, and half a million of them suffer from severe acute malnutrition.
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Score: 1109054.3 - https://www.unicef.org/yemen/s...dren-severe-acute-malnutrition
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From Al Hudaydah to the Alqutae Center Enshrah Mohammed Saeed is a mother of four, including seven-month-old Rajwa, who suffers from multiple health issues. “My baby was losing weight”, Enshrah says, which drove her to seek medical advice. (...) Her condition stabilized, and she regained her weight with good nutrition and milk”, she explains. (...) After that, therapeutic milk (F100) is given to the child until he or she returns to a healthy weight. Today in Yemen, 2.2 million children under five years old suffer from malnutrition, and half a million of them suffer from severe acute malnutrition.
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Score: 1109054.3 - https://www.unicef.org/mena/st...dren-severe-acute-malnutrition
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Lately, she has noticed that her little Colas Darlens is gaining weight. “Thanks to these foods, my baby no longer suffers from acute malnutrition. I started giving him Plumpy'Nut and his weight started increasing. I am very happy and satisfied with the results of my child,” she said. (...) I am all alone with the children, which has caused my baby Colas Darlens to lose a lot of weight”. UNICEF Haiti Nearly 100,000 children under the age of five who are already suffering from severe acute malnutrition -also known as severe wasting - are especially vulnerable to the ongoing cholera outbreak affecting Haiti.
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Score: 1105792.4 - https://www.unicef.org/haiti/e...-malnutrition-cit%C3%A9-soleil
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