The role of nutrition in the prevention of infection
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The role of nutrition in the prevention of infection

Deborah Ward Self-employed nurse, Huddersfield

Adequate nutrition is essential for maintaining health and deficiencies can lead to an increased risk of infection. Deborah Ward discusses the importance of nutrition in relation to the immune system.

Nursing Standard. 16, 18, 47-52. doi: 10.7748/ns2002.01.16.18.47.c3141

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Deborahcontrol@aol.com

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