Read more: https://www.healthaffairs.org/doi/10.1377/hlthaff.2019.00090
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I nearly got a bingo. No alcoholism for me.
Well… D0h… Instability and inconsistency etc at any level in childhood is not good for anyones mental health.
No shit, Sherlock
You could have just asked me
Ummm… Yes, we’ve known this for millennia.
Most of us know this firsthand either cause we saw it or experienced. I’m 32, and basically all the kids I hung out with Jr high had adverse effects from unstable homes. My high school we were all just single family, barely divorced parents went to college etc. Jr high friends are a mess and I had to honestly stop hanging out with them cause I couldn’t relate with their struggles in adulthood after a certain point, versus being a kid it all seemed fine. Some of those kids are straight up dead now, they never saw adulthood. Xanax hit the community hard.
Damn and here I thought it was video games that were the problem.
Thanks for the reminder
They forgot about the my little pony erotic fanfictions.
This is one piece of [Social Determinants of Health](https://health.gov/healthypeople/priority-areas/social-determinants-health) which state that only about 20-40% of the health issues we have are because of genetics,. The rest are from our choices, where we live, the food we eat, the people we live with, the jobs we have, etc.
The top 1% literally live 15 years longer than the lowest 1%