children are at risk of underperforming at school because of chronic malnutrition, Save the Children says

by BBC News

Missing out on a nutritious diet could severely damage a child’s ability to read and write, it said.

The study found that malnourished children suffered irreversible damage; they grew up smaller and weaker, and their brains might not develop fully.

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