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North Koreans shorter than South Koreans due to famine, poor diet
Pyongyang - A new study has shown that North Koreans are on average three inches shorter than South Koreans. The study attributes the observation to stunted growth from years of famine and poor diet.
200 million Children Aged under-five are 'intellectually stunted'
Chris V. Thangham
Among 559 Million Children in the developing countries, 229 Million children lack full intellectual potential.
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