Release Date: September 14, 2004
An article in today's issue of The New York Times reports on a new study conducted at UB that showed that, contrary to common belief, short people do not suffer a greater share of social problems than people of ordinary size, and that being short is not a serious social liability for children. The study was led by David Sandberg, associate professor of psychiatry and pediatrics. Go to article.
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