Poor Sanitation in India May Afflict Well-Fed Children With Malnutrition

This article examines the vexing question of why Indian children from relatively well-off families with an ample supply of the nutritious food needed for a healthy diet still suffer from malnutrition. New research bolsters a growing body of evidence linking WASH and nutrition, suggesting that energy that might otherwise contribute to growth and development is diverted to fight infection.

New York Times, July 2014

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