‘Cancer risk’ of Smacking Kids


Emma Little
Sun.co.uk
November 12, 2012

SMACKING or shouting at children boosts their risk of developing cancer, heart disease and asthma, British researchers have claimed.

Psychologists said that punishment in childhood makes kids more prone to serious illness later in life.

They state that hitting or even just yelling at youngsters can trigger a significant chain of biological changes that can damage their future health.

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