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  1. ... can cause malabsorption. Most often, malabsorption involves problems absorbing certain sugars, fats, proteins, or vitamins. It can ...
  2. ... Running shoes lose over half of their shock absorbing ability after 250 miles (400 kilometers) of use. ... wearing the proper shoes, and about special shock-absorbing insoles or orthotics to wear inside your shoes. ...
  3. ... the small intestine. Most digestion (breaking down and absorbing nutrients) of the food you eat takes place ... to be removed), which may lead to problems absorbing important nutrients and vitamins Chronic anemia The ends ...
  4. ... be due to not eating enough calcium, not absorbing calcium in the gut, or losing too much ... not enough sunlight in older adults and problems absorbing, breaking down, and using vitamin D in the ...
  5. ... iodine mixture. This prevents your thyroid gland from absorbing too much of the radioisotope. ... solution. This will keep your thyroid gland from absorbing too much iodine. Usually people take potassium iodide ...
  6. ... the lining. This prevents the body from properly absorbing the nutrients in food. The damage to the ...
  7. ... are safe. They should be made of shock-absorbing material, such as rubber mulch. Keep your children ...
  8. ... face. Special clothing that protects the skin by absorbing UV rays. Sunglasses that block UVA and UVB ...
  9. ... spinach and rhubarb), can prevent your body from absorbing calcium. Your doctor may recommend a calcium or ...
  10. ... Other conditions that prevent the small intestine from absorbing nutrients well People with eating disorders, such as ...
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