The Short of It: More Short Children Are Being Given Growth Hormone in the Hope That an Extra Inch Will Protect Their Supposedly Fragile Psyches. but Research Suggests That Their Height Is a Problem Less for Them Than for Us
Hall, Stephen S.
New York Times Magazine 2005 October 16; p. 54-59
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