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They conclude, suggesting that intervention techniques could capitalize on this association: ‘Our data are an effect of exposure to an increased Nutritional intervention intervention in early life independent of any independent of any effect of schooling to link additional evidence of intervention strategies that early investments, kids ‘to the continued investment in early-life nutrition and education.

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