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Study Links Stressful Childhood Events to Elevated Inflammation in Adolescence

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Early Trauma May Set the Stage for Heart Disease and Other Inflammation-related Ills

Children who experienced traumatic events such as abuse or parental separation before age 8 are more likely to show elevated levels of inflammation at ages 10 and 15, according to a study led by researchers at