The children of punished women bring more currency to their ages, according to a new study.About 1600 children participated in the study, who were born between 1998 and 2000. The mothers were postnatal, then challenged at 1.3 and 5 years, and their weight and height were also measured at 3 and 5 years.
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Some form of domestic violence has been reported by women at 49 percent and in children at 16.5 percent at age 5. The children of the abused mothers were more likely to be deprived of their faith than the children of the mothers who had not experienced violence. The correlation was stronger in the case of girls, and more so in those who were living in an unsafe environment. "Domestic violence influences a mother's response to a child's socio-emotional needs, as well as her dietary habits," said Dr. Renee Boynton-Jarrett, a researcher at the University of Boston Medical School in the Medical Department. "In addition to this, violence in the family can cause emotional problems that can be solved by eating."
It is possible that early childhood dysfunction of the neuroendocrine system (affecting the nervous and hormonal processes) may increase the risk of eating disorders, further altering the body's lymphatic and distribution processes, the notes.
"Doctors and health professionals should consider the impact of family violence prevention when taking preventive measures," the authors said. "Measures to prevent adolescent violence during a healthy family education for adolescents can play a key role in preventing childhood homelessness."