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Changes in these senses can contribute to feelings of depression, diminish one's enjoyment of food and cause harmful conditions, such as extreme weight loss from disinterest in food to problems associated with overusing salt or sugar.
Accordingly, the significance of the two-step approach may be diminished as a result of the new identified straddle regime.
Nonetheless, from 1944 to 1970 political exploitation and appropriation of underdeveloped countries greatly diminished. This was a significant political accomplishment, pivoting upon the roles played by the IMF, the World Bank, and the United Nations.
Depression is marked by a pervasive feeling of sadness, guilt, thoughts of death, dread, and despair, as well as physical symptoms such as a diminished appetite and difficulty with sleep.
Objective: To determine whether control conditions diminish treatment effects in weight loss (WL) or prevention of weight gain (PWG) randomized controlled trials (RCTs).
It is not a draconian measure but a proposal that would diminish the scale of violent injuries and deaths.
This is valuable profit which would diminish if footfall fell.
Summary: WASHINGTON: The Obama administration is looking for ways to build up "moderate elements" within the Lebanese Hizbullah movement and to diminish the influence of hardliners, a top White House official said on Tuesday.
com announced to its heartbroken followers that the sweet pleasures of life diminish our immunity to the extent that it can be harmful to our health.
A REMINDER has been issued to local men and women by Chris Haigh, owner of Huddersfield's Diminish clinic.
Nevertheless, while employment is expected to continue to decline for at least several more months, the losses will continue to diminish, according to the report.
The "law of diminishing returns" is a universal law that attests to the fact that in getting bigger and bigger, there is a point where businesses' profits start to diminish. This is brought about in that the bigger you are, the slower you are able to make decisions in a changing environment.
he didn't want to diminish any chance he might have of being found.
Thanks to several good, recent books, historians are beginning to diminish the notion that Social Christianity was a uniquely northern phenomenon, and Shepherd's book adds to that literature by showing how urban southern religious leaders participated in the experience.
vendors could diminish because of mergers and consolidations.