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Items Tagged ‘adverse childhood events’

March 14, 2019

Opioid abuse by parents puts children at risk

By Advancing the Science contributor advancingthescience

By Jay Furst Children living in homes where a parent is abusing opioids are clearly impacted, in immediate ways and in ways that may change the trajectory of their lives. Those impacts, however – including the effects on the parent-child relationship – rarely have been studied in depth. It’s a surprising gap in research, considering […]

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Tags: adverse childhood events, Kathryn Schak, Magdalena Romanowicz, opioids, psychiatry


June 8, 2018

Researchers find link between childhood trauma, recent abuse and more severe menopause symptoms

By Advancing the Science contributor advancingthescience

By Heather Carlson Kehren Women who have experienced childhood trauma may suffer from more severe hot flashes and night sweats during menopause, according to new Mayo Clinic research presented during the 16th World Congress on Menopause this week. Researchers found an association between women who experienced adverse childhood events (ACEs) and more severe menopausal symptoms, […]

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Tags: adverse childhood events, epidemiology, Madison Okuno, menopause, population health, women's health


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