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The digital deficiencies threatened Winford’s ability to fully tend to her patients’ emotional and physical well-being, she said, creating additional headaches during a public-health crisis.
To address the council’s deficiencies and ensure it lives up to its mandate, the United States must be at the table using the full weight of our diplomatic leadership.
The researchers also found clean eating to be associated with nutritional deficiencies, since restrictive behavior can go undetected and unchecked for so long.
One is about the difference between correcting a deficiency and boosting performance.
On a related note, the global pandemic has exposed deficiencies in health systems everywhere and has highlighted the importance of advancing with more patient-centric solutions.
Vitamin D deficiencies are “not rare,” said Sabyasachi Sen, a professor of endocrinology and medicine at GWU.
A 1-5 finish and injuries to linebackers Bud Dupree and Devin Bush exposed their roster’s deficiencies, and Roethlisberger’s ability to make it through an entire season at full health and capability is an open question.
The facility was cited for deficiencies again in July and October, including an incident in which a resident was hospitalized for an infected pressure ulcer.
“A deficiency from over seven years ago certainly does not speak to the performance of a facility in 2020,” he said.
Officials from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, which administers the juvenile justice system, also acknowledged the state’s deficiencies in data collection and analysis.

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