Long-term impacts of famine include health and socioeconomic challenges

Millions of children are exposed to extreme hunger each year, but children who experience malnutrition are more likely to have poorer health and developmental delays that persist into old age, according to previous research findings. Researchers at Penn State recently examined the results of early-life exposures to famine and malnutrition and found numerous impacts on health and socioeconomic attainment, especially among males.

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