Some of the main factors that can lead to malnourishment or stunting in children are inadequate and/or improper diet; poor maternal health and improper diet before and during pregnancy, child contracted diseases or illnesses such as bacterial infection, growth hormone deficiency, etc.
Therefore, learning and updating the latest and most accurate knowledge about health and nutrition for mothers and children as well as being able to recognize early symptoms of stunting and malnutrition are extremely important, not only to limit pathogens but also to ensure comprehensive and healthy child development.
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Part 3: Optimal diet and physical training for healthy child development…
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