Study explores the links between childhood adversity and cardiovascular disease in early adulthood

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Children who experience adversity, including serious family illness or death, poverty, neglect, or dysfunctional and stressful family relationships, are at increased risk of developing diseases of the heart or blood vessels in early adulthood.

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