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Guinness World Records announced Sunday.

According to Guinness, Dangi comes from the Nepalese village of Reemkholi in Dang district, a lot more than 250 miles outside of the capital of Nepal, Kathmandu. He is the 7th sibling of a family of six brothers and two sisters; three of his five brothers had been less than four ft high, while his two sisters and two brothers are of typical height. Dangi spends his days making head and placemats straps for villagers, and despite his age, says he’s hardly ever taken any medicine or seen a health care provider. Just when you think it’s difficult for the record to obtain any smaller, Mr Chandra comes along and astonishes people when you are the shortest person ever measured, Guinness World Records Editor-in-Chief, Craig Glenday, said in a declaration.However, by 2000, that amount climbed to 900,000 children. Seven years later in 2007 Simply, more than 2.5 million children had been conceived due to these techniques. ICMART estimates that since 2007, an additional 1.5 million babies have been born in countries that record their data to them and one more 900,000 had been born in non-reporting countries. There has been a decline in fertility problems in the U.S. From 1982 to 2010, based on the CDC. While 8.5 % of married women aged 15 to 44 in the U.S. – – on the subject of 2.4 million residents – – were infertile in 1982, only 6 % – – 1.5 million – – acquired the same issues from 2006 through 2010. Still, problems with fertility persist and even if a birth takes place, there’s no promise a kid will be healthy.