SOUTH AFRICA: KIDS ON SOCIAL GRANTS ARE LESS LIKELY TO BE OBESE. THEY ALSO GO TO SCHOOL EARLIER

[The Conversation Africa] Children whose parents or caregivers receive South Africa's child support grant are less likely to be overweight or suffer from obesity. They're also more likely to attend pre-school than those whose households don't get a grant.

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