Natural Loss

Natural Loss

A loss occurring from an act of God. Examples of events that may cause natural losses include tornados, earthquakes and floods. Insurance may mitigate natural losses.
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Dimaano explained that while HMB was formerly marketed as an exercise supplement to help athletes and bodybuilders gain muscle, it is now mainly for people who are elderly and might have Sarcopenia-which is the natural loss of muscle mass due to aging.
IANS | New Delhi As you start ageing, skin may begin to sag as a consequence of a natural loss and weakening of collagen and elastin.
"The white natural loss of 39,000 in 2016 compares to a natural gain of 393,000 in 1999," the APL report said of the broader trend.
He was diagnosed with presbyopia (the natural loss of near vision due to age) and with early signs of cataracts (clouding of the lens leading to a decrease in vision) in both eyes.
In order to ensure a consistent flow of talent through the pipeline, SABIC is putting various initiatives into practice, from attracting young people into engineering, upskilling the current workforce, and recruiting externally to backfill the natural loss through retirement.
"We refer to the data on GFW as tree cover loss because it can't distinguish plantations from natural forest, or human-caused forest loss from natural loss," said Weisse.
In Dark Angel, we meet Mary Ann when she's 25, and has already suffered the natural loss of four children.
Both technologies utilize the small aperture effect to treat presbyopia, the natural loss of near vision that eventually affects everyone over the age of 40, as well as cataracts, the clouding of the eye's natural lens.
It is also found that old people tend to produce less of it within their body due to a natural loss in the efficiency of the body to do so.
Ageing leads to a slow, natural loss of brain cells (neurons) from early infancy.