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Abuse causing heart attacks

Posted by Sandra On July - 26 - 2010
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(CBS) Spanking certainly smarts – but could it cause a heart attack?

That’s what a provocative new study from Canada seems to suggest. It linked childhood physical abuse with a significantly higher risk for heart disease in adulthood.

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