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The Importance Of Diet In The First 1,000 Days

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New research from the International Food Policy Research Institute looks at the economic rationale for spending money to avoid stunting. Physical and psychological stunting occurs when children receive inadequate nutrition in their first 1,000 days of life. Senior researcher John Hoddinott talks with guest host Don Gonyea about the findings.
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