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Child Deaths Significantly Reduced by Giving Nutritional Supplements

News   Nov 08, 2019 | Original story from the University of California - Davis.

 
Child Deaths Significantly Reduced by Giving Nutritional Supplements

Christine Stewart holds packets of nutrient supplements. They are typically a mixture of a legume — peanut, lentil or chickpea paste — plus milk powder, oil, and a full complement of the vitamins and minerals children need. Credit: Karin Higgins/UC Davis.

 
 
 

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