HEU children had lower math grades than HUU children even after adjustment for socioeconomic variables.
Although HEU children were smaller and had lower percent fat than HUU children, this appeared to be due mainly to their poorer socioeconomic status.
The differences in the means of WISC-IV test scores were greatest between stunted and nonstunted children.
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