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Meet the three shortest people in Ethiopia

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Implicit bias against small people can be found in anything from clothing to furniture to cars, equipment, stairwells, and public spaces. Other professions might be able to accommodate shorter people with activities, even while there is overt height discrimination in the workplace and many roles have legislative height limits. People that are diminutive or dwarfish, comparably or relatively small (for example, pygmy communities or typical east Asians among average Scandinavians), or young children may be the result of a genetic anomaly. Dwarfism is characterized by extremely small stature. Since dwarfism is not a disease in and of itself, there isn’t a single medical name to define it. Different organizations define dwarfism differently depending on a variety of variables. Dwarfism is a disorder that causes an adult height of less than 4 feet 10 inches, according to the advocacy group Little People of America. When a person grows into an extremely little adult, it is referred to as “dwarfism,” a medical disease. However, being short can be enough for society to categorize someone as a dwarf. Dwarfism can be caused by a variety of reasons. Dwarfism can be caused by a variety of circumstances, some of which might lead to additional health problems like osteoarthritis. Dwarfism can occasionally be brought on by hormonal imbalances that stop the body from expanding. Malnutrition or metabolic issues can also cause dwarfism. Skeletal dysplasias, a collection of diseases, are the most common cause of dwarfism.
Skeletal dysplasias cause short height and incorrect bone development.

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