Parents of a short child who believe growth hormone therapy will better his or her social life may be mistaken, new study findings suggest. Among lower and upper grade students in one public school district in New York City, height had little effect on which children were the most popular or who had the most friends. The "good news" of the study is that "teens see through physical characteristics," lead study author Dr. David E. Sandberg, of the State University of New York at Buffalo, told Reuters Health
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