Environmental Enteric Dysfunction, Aflatoxin Exposure, and Poor Growth Outcomes During the First 1,000 Days in Uganda

Lauer, Jacqueline.


  • Abstract: Background: Stunting remains a pervasive form of undernutrition globally, affecting ~155 million children < 5 years of age. Growth failure frequently begins in utero and continues until at least 24 months of life (called the "first 1,000 days"), after which time its effects are largely irreversible. While inadequate diets and diarrheal disease are commonly cited as immediate determi... read more
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