Researchers report possible culprit in stunted childhood growth
Linear growth delay, in which normal growth in children is stunted, affects an estimated 155 million children around the world each year. Caused in part by malnutrition, it primarily affects children living in difficult economic conditions that expose them to sewage and waste.
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