Half the Kids in This Part of India Are Stunted

Oct 16, 2015

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The New York Times, October 2015

"The greatest cost of stunting isn't stature but brain power," writes Nicholas Kristof in this op-ed. He covers a couple bold new theories for explaining India's struggle with malnutrition: the low status of women, which contributes to high levels of maternal malnutrition, and poor sanitation, which inhibits a child's ability to absorb nutrients.

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