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Forest cover associated with improved child health and nutrition: evidence from the Malawi Demographic and Health Survey and satellite data

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Forest cover associated with improved child health and nutrition: evidence from the Malawi Demographic and Health Survey and satellite data.

From Abstract: …However, the findings raise concerns about the potential short- and long-term impacts of ongoing deforestation and ecosystem degradation on community health in Malawi, and they suggest that preventing forest loss and maintaining the ecosystem services of forests are important factors in improving human health and nutrition outcomes.”

Full article here (via Global Health: science and Practice)

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