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Inadequate nutrition in early childhood, chronic or recurrent infections, intestinal parasites and low birth weight can stunt growth, according to The Future of Children. Coffee, explains HowStuffWorks, is wrongly associ... More »

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According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, studies have found that alcohol consumption during puberty can alter growth hormone levels in both male and female adolescents. Studies of chronic alco... More »

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According to WeightTraining.com, there is no negative impact on growth when lifting weights correctly. Improper lifting techniques cause a number of injuries in the body, however, including damage to growth plates. More »

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