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Senate Approves First-Ever Growth Awareness Week PLAINSBORO, N.J., Sept.
Newly published research findings found that infants who demonstrated slower than average growth during the first nine months of life were likely to catch up with their peers over time.
Twenty to 30 percent more young children may be overweight than previously thought according to new growth standards, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Thursday.
Children's growth is influenced more by environmental factors than genetics up to the age of five, the World Health Organization said on Thursday.