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Economic, Social and Political Sciences

CRA staff participate in meeting on Early Childhood influences on Adult health and Human capital development

Published: 15 November 2010Origin: Gerontology

Dr Aravinda Guntupalli attended a conference in Delhi organised by the Consortium of Health Oriented Research in Transiting Societies (COHORTS), the global research group on life course studies.

The recent work done by the group suggests that poor fetal growth and stunting in first two years lead to irreversible damage on ageing including shorter adult height, lower human capital, and reduced income in later life.

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