Children are THREE times more likely to smoke before they become 11 if they don't live with both parents

Going through a divorce is not only stressful on you - it has a lasting impact on your children.
Often growing up emotionally scarred, children are susceptible to trying new things as a result of their changing home environment. 
But new research suggests youngsters who don't live with both parents while growing up are more likely to smoke or drink before they become a teenager.
The effects of parental absence could increase the risk of lung cancer and cardiovascular disease, scientists warn.
While children are more likely to develop addictions to both alcohol and nicotine if they consume... read more

10 October 2016 in Health, Views: 35
Source: Daily Mail

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