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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The benefits of calcium occur at every life stage, but because of the natural loss of calcium that occurs as we age, getting enough of this essential nutrient is especially important for the older populations, who are at risk for falls and fractures.
We will need at least 20 years to make up this serious natural loss and the deer face extinction.
Natural loss of collagen that results in thinner, looser skin
SO HOW DOES A SOCIETY OR ENTERPRISE overcome the natural loss aversion that people have?
Nygren runs Treecovery, a company he started in 2009 that specializes in the recovery and processing of natural loss and salvage trees.
This article presents the vulnerability argument and then focuses critically on several lines of attack including: (1) twinning and totipotency arguments, (2) embryo-rescue arguments, and (3) natural loss arguments.
The HGF Youth Elixir uses human growth factor in addition to Thymulen[R]4 which is a highly purified ingredient that compensates the natural loss of thymic factors related to the decline of the thymus with age.
This, combined with the natural loss of skin thickness due to ageing, can lead to problems.
Our mission one is to protect our policyholders from both natural loss and scam.
Will they, with their natural loss in mobility and their growing inability through age to organise their house maintenance and daily personal needs of eating, hygiene and social contacts, be able to state a negating case for this radical change at public meetings?
C[pounds sterling]The elephant population in Sri Lanka was being decimated to near extinction by the natural loss of their habitat, the hunting due to the lucrative ivory trade and lack of proper management,C[yen] remarked SLTPB Managing Director, Dileep Mudadeniya.
A spokesman for the pounds 21m hotel said the move was necessary as they had not experienced the expected levels of natural loss of staff.