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Stunting in Malaysian Children

Zalma binti Abdul Razak, Director, Nutrition Division, Ministry of Health

01-Jul-19 16:00

Stunting in Malaysian Children

Adequate nutrition during childhood is particularly important to ensure proper growth. But how many Malaysian children are not getting the nutrients they need? And what are the consequences of stunting among Malaysian children? We speak to Zalma bt Abdul Razak to find out how whether we are facing a problem of stunting and if so, what can we do to tackle it.

Produced by: Lim Sue Ann

Presented by: Tee Shiao Eek


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Categories:  Health PolicyDiseases and ConditionsMental HealthHealthy LivingFitnessScienceMedical Innovation and Technology

Tags:  Bigger PictureHealth and LivingstuntingnutritiongrowthnutrientsMinistry of HealthMalaysian children


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