Letter: The Impact of Covid on Child Stunting
For many years, it’s been theorized by the scientific community that women who live together— such as in dorms and convents— end up having their menstruation cycles synced.
Similarly, people eating communally seem to eat more than by themselves.
I took a look at the data showing that children who did not physically meet at school were not physically growing at previous rates.
It seemed to me some type of evolutionary development that children raised in a clan or village, where there was a physical community, would develop bigger and stronger.
Tamar Alexia Fleishman