Having A Bad Relationship With Your Parents Effects Your Future Health

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By Molly Grady

Teenagers who have trouble with their social lives, may grow up to face more health risks as adults.

Researchers in Sweden focused on adolescents with problematic relationships with their parents and followed them through middle age.

They found the group was 36 percent more likely to suffer from metabolic and cardiovascular issues, including obesity and high blood pressure.



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