Stunted Growth

'Stunted Growth' - 31 News Result(s)

  • Zinc-Rich Diet: Expert Shares All About Zinc; Best Food Options to Avoid Zinc Deficiency
    Dr. Andrew Green | Saturday September 11, 2021
    Zinc is an essential mineral necessary for maintaining our daily body functions. Deficiency of zinc can lead to stunted growth, diarrhea, hair loss, eye and skin conditions, and depressed immunity. To address the concern naturally, reach for these foods.
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  • "This Decade To Make Up Shortfall Of 70 Years": PM Modi On UP
    India News | Edited by Anindita Sanyal | Thursday August 5, 2021
    Prime Minister Narendra Modi today hit out at the Congress and the Samajwadi Party ahead of next year's assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh, saying their rule has stunted the growth of the state.
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  • Obesity Causes Early Onset Of Puberty: Study
    Health | IANS | Tuesday March 26, 2019
    Precocious or early puberty has been linked to possible problems, including stunted growth, emotional-social problems like increased risks of depression and substance abuse.
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  • More Than A Quarter Of Delhi Children Below 5 Underweight; Foods That Will Help Your Child Gain Weight
    Health | DoctorNDTV | Wednesday January 23, 2019
    "Malnutrition is not just lack of food, it is a combination of factors like insufficient protein, energy and micronutrients, poor care and feeding practices, inadequate health services, frequent infections or disease, and poor water and sanitation."
    www.ndtv.com
  • One Third Of World's Stunted Children In India, Nutrition Report Reveals
    India News | Press Trust of India | Thursday November 29, 2018
    India is facing a major malnutrition crisis as it holds almost a third of the world's burden for growth inhibition, according to a global nutrition report published on Thursday.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Toddler Receives Mother's Kidney, Part Of Liver In Pioneering Transplant
    IANS | Thursday September 6, 2018
    Oxalosis can cause urinary infections and permanent kidney damage, and in the most severe cases, can stunt the patient's growth and cause brittle bones that are vulnerable to fractures.
    doctor.ndtv.com
  • 2 Of 3 Indians Stunted Due To Malnutrition, Earn 13 Per Cent Less: Report
    India News | Written by Nimisha Jaiswal | Thursday August 16, 2018
    India has the fourth highest number of stunted people in the workforce in the world, according to a new study by the World Bank. 66 per cent Indians in the workforce are stunted because of childhood malnutrition, which leads to a 13 per cent loss in income per capita, the report finds.
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  • Alternate Milk Can Stunt Your Child's Growth
    DoctorNDTV | Friday June 9, 2017
    Conducted by researchers from St Michael's Hospital in Toronto, Canada, the study found that for each cup of non-cow's milk children drank per day, they were 0.4 centimeters shorter than the average for their age. Conversely, for each daily cup of cow's milk they drank, children were 0.2 centimeters taller than average.
    doctor.ndtv.com
  • India Has World's Highest Number Of Stunted Children, Child Workers, Shows Study
    Indo-Asian News Service,IndiaSpend | Thursday June 8, 2017
    By Swagata Yadavar/ IndiaSpend.org India now has the highest number of children stunted due to malnutrition — 48.2 million, equivalent to the population of Colombia, as per the latest global report on childhood. Also, 31 million of its children are a part of its workforce, the highest number in the world. These two factors, along with early marri...
    everylifecounts.ndtv.com
  • Rise in Coal Pollution Linked to Low Birth Weight in American Newborns
    sparshita saxena | Tuesday April 4, 2017
    Children born at a low birth-weight are prone to a host of ailments and complications that stunt their growth and meddle with the overall development.
    food.ndtv.com
  • Childhood Stunting In India Reduces By Nearly 10% In Last Decade: Survey
    NDTV News Desk | Wednesday March 15, 2017
    New Delhi: During Question Hour in the Lok Sabha last week, the Rural Development Minister Union Minister Narendra Singh Tomar’s deputy Ram Kripal Yadav said the incidence of stunted growth among children below five years age has declined to 38.4 per cent in 2015-16. Malnutrition among children is mainly due to malnutrition among their mothers, ...
    everylifecounts.ndtv.com
  • Study Finds Key Reason For Stunted Growth In Kids
    Indo-Asian News Service | Friday November 4, 2016
    New York: Poor foetal growth – preterm birth and low birth weight — is the leading cause behind stunting among 25 per cent children in the developing countries, the researchers said. In 2011, nearly 44 million (36 per cent) of two-year-olds in 137 developing countries were stunted — defined as being two or more standard deviations shorter tha...
    everylifecounts.ndtv.com
  • Mothers' Nutrition Pivotal for Healthy Child Growth, Study
    Thomson Reuters | Wednesday November 2, 2016
    Improving mothers' nutrition before and during pregnancy is pivotal to reducing child stunting in developing countries, researchers said on Tuesday, as a new study showed poor child growth often starts in the womb.
    food.ndtv.com
  • Pakistan Low Breastfeeding Rates Lead To Stunted Growth 'Crisis'
    World News | Agence France-Presse | Wednesday November 2, 2016
    Mother-of-seven Mah Pari lives in a fertile region of Pakistan's southwest Balochistan province -- but her two-year-old son, Gul Mir, is crying from hunger as she cradles him in her arms.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Aamir Khan Travels to Bhutan to Advocate Against Malnutrition
    Indo-Asian News Service | Thursday October 20, 2016
    Actor Aamir Khan, who is a Unicef Regional Goodwill Ambassador, took time out from his schedule to meet children affected by malnutrition here and to witness how the organisation is working to address stunting across the country.
    food.ndtv.com

'Stunted Growth' - 31 News Result(s)

  • Zinc-Rich Diet: Expert Shares All About Zinc; Best Food Options to Avoid Zinc Deficiency
    Dr. Andrew Green | Saturday September 11, 2021
    Zinc is an essential mineral necessary for maintaining our daily body functions. Deficiency of zinc can lead to stunted growth, diarrhea, hair loss, eye and skin conditions, and depressed immunity. To address the concern naturally, reach for these foods.
    food.ndtv.com
  • "This Decade To Make Up Shortfall Of 70 Years": PM Modi On UP
    India News | Edited by Anindita Sanyal | Thursday August 5, 2021
    Prime Minister Narendra Modi today hit out at the Congress and the Samajwadi Party ahead of next year's assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh, saying their rule has stunted the growth of the state.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Obesity Causes Early Onset Of Puberty: Study
    Health | IANS | Tuesday March 26, 2019
    Precocious or early puberty has been linked to possible problems, including stunted growth, emotional-social problems like increased risks of depression and substance abuse.
    www.ndtv.com
  • More Than A Quarter Of Delhi Children Below 5 Underweight; Foods That Will Help Your Child Gain Weight
    Health | DoctorNDTV | Wednesday January 23, 2019
    "Malnutrition is not just lack of food, it is a combination of factors like insufficient protein, energy and micronutrients, poor care and feeding practices, inadequate health services, frequent infections or disease, and poor water and sanitation."
    www.ndtv.com
  • One Third Of World's Stunted Children In India, Nutrition Report Reveals
    India News | Press Trust of India | Thursday November 29, 2018
    India is facing a major malnutrition crisis as it holds almost a third of the world's burden for growth inhibition, according to a global nutrition report published on Thursday.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Toddler Receives Mother's Kidney, Part Of Liver In Pioneering Transplant
    IANS | Thursday September 6, 2018
    Oxalosis can cause urinary infections and permanent kidney damage, and in the most severe cases, can stunt the patient's growth and cause brittle bones that are vulnerable to fractures.
    doctor.ndtv.com
  • 2 Of 3 Indians Stunted Due To Malnutrition, Earn 13 Per Cent Less: Report
    India News | Written by Nimisha Jaiswal | Thursday August 16, 2018
    India has the fourth highest number of stunted people in the workforce in the world, according to a new study by the World Bank. 66 per cent Indians in the workforce are stunted because of childhood malnutrition, which leads to a 13 per cent loss in income per capita, the report finds.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Alternate Milk Can Stunt Your Child's Growth
    DoctorNDTV | Friday June 9, 2017
    Conducted by researchers from St Michael's Hospital in Toronto, Canada, the study found that for each cup of non-cow's milk children drank per day, they were 0.4 centimeters shorter than the average for their age. Conversely, for each daily cup of cow's milk they drank, children were 0.2 centimeters taller than average.
    doctor.ndtv.com
  • India Has World's Highest Number Of Stunted Children, Child Workers, Shows Study
    Indo-Asian News Service,IndiaSpend | Thursday June 8, 2017
    By Swagata Yadavar/ IndiaSpend.org India now has the highest number of children stunted due to malnutrition — 48.2 million, equivalent to the population of Colombia, as per the latest global report on childhood. Also, 31 million of its children are a part of its workforce, the highest number in the world. These two factors, along with early marri...
    everylifecounts.ndtv.com
  • Rise in Coal Pollution Linked to Low Birth Weight in American Newborns
    sparshita saxena | Tuesday April 4, 2017
    Children born at a low birth-weight are prone to a host of ailments and complications that stunt their growth and meddle with the overall development.
    food.ndtv.com
  • Childhood Stunting In India Reduces By Nearly 10% In Last Decade: Survey
    NDTV News Desk | Wednesday March 15, 2017
    New Delhi: During Question Hour in the Lok Sabha last week, the Rural Development Minister Union Minister Narendra Singh Tomar’s deputy Ram Kripal Yadav said the incidence of stunted growth among children below five years age has declined to 38.4 per cent in 2015-16. Malnutrition among children is mainly due to malnutrition among their mothers, ...
    everylifecounts.ndtv.com
  • Study Finds Key Reason For Stunted Growth In Kids
    Indo-Asian News Service | Friday November 4, 2016
    New York: Poor foetal growth – preterm birth and low birth weight — is the leading cause behind stunting among 25 per cent children in the developing countries, the researchers said. In 2011, nearly 44 million (36 per cent) of two-year-olds in 137 developing countries were stunted — defined as being two or more standard deviations shorter tha...
    everylifecounts.ndtv.com
  • Mothers' Nutrition Pivotal for Healthy Child Growth, Study
    Thomson Reuters | Wednesday November 2, 2016
    Improving mothers' nutrition before and during pregnancy is pivotal to reducing child stunting in developing countries, researchers said on Tuesday, as a new study showed poor child growth often starts in the womb.
    food.ndtv.com
  • Pakistan Low Breastfeeding Rates Lead To Stunted Growth 'Crisis'
    World News | Agence France-Presse | Wednesday November 2, 2016
    Mother-of-seven Mah Pari lives in a fertile region of Pakistan's southwest Balochistan province -- but her two-year-old son, Gul Mir, is crying from hunger as she cradles him in her arms.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Aamir Khan Travels to Bhutan to Advocate Against Malnutrition
    Indo-Asian News Service | Thursday October 20, 2016
    Actor Aamir Khan, who is a Unicef Regional Goodwill Ambassador, took time out from his schedule to meet children affected by malnutrition here and to witness how the organisation is working to address stunting across the country.
    food.ndtv.com
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