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^ Based on the following research papers, (1) A report of the expert group of the Indian council of medical Research, Indian Council of Medical Research 2010, pg 13. (2) Wood W. Lovell, Raymond T. Morrissy, Stuart L. Weinstein. Pediatric Orthopaedics. 35-61 and (3) Joan Stiles and Terry L. Jernigan. The Basics of Brain Development; Neuropsychol Rev. 2010 Dec; 20(4); 327-348, children have shown to achieve 30% of their adult weight, 50% of their adult height and 90% of brain development by 5-6 years of age, when provided the right nutrition.
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