Articles by Marius Kløvgaard, MD, PhD-student, The Epilepsy Clinic, The Neurologic Department, Rigshospitalet, and Copenhagen University Hospital, Denmark.

  • Greenlandic children are getting taller and healthier

    The general health of Greenlandic children now appears to be as good as that of their European peers. And perhaps even better. New studies show that compared with Danish children, they are no longer characterised as short and have similar patterns of disease.

Marius Kløvgaard, MD, PhD-student, The Epilepsy Clinic, The Neurologic Department, Rigshospitalet, and Copenhagen University Hospital, Denmark.

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