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Adjusted odds ratios of the impact of increasing levels of community-level sanitation access on the outcomes of child growth stunting, any anemia, moderate or severe anemia, and reported symptoms of diarrhea in the previous two weeks for children living in households with and without sanitation access.

By David A. Larsen (359928), Thomas Grisham (4096474), Erik Slawsky (4096468) and Lutchmie Narine (4096471)

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<p>Adjusted odds ratios of the impact of increasing levels of community-level sanitation access on the outcomes of child growth stunting, any anemia, moderate or severe anemia, and reported symptoms of diarrhea in the previous two weeks for children living in households with and without sanitation access.</p

Topics: Medicine, Cell Biology, Genetics, Biotechnology, Cancer, Science Policy, AOR, anemia, child health, community-level sanitation access, indicator cluster surveys, Ensuring sanitation access, child health outcomes, CI, risk factor child health, household sanitation access, household-level sanitation access, MICS surveys Background, DHS
Year: 2017
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pntd.0005591.g002
OAI identifier: oai:figshare.com:article/5092915
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