Top Risk for Child Stunting in Developing World: Poor Growth Before Birth


In the developing world, 25 percent of child stunting is associated with poor growth in womb, such as pre-term birth and low birth weight. To address this problem, the article's authors prescribe a “paradigm shift” from interventions focused solely on children and infants to those that reach mothers and families.

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Liam Brown, Terry Collins, Marge Dwyer
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