A new study finds people who are emotionally neglected as children may have a higher risk of stroke as adults.
Researchers say subjects who reported a moderately high level of childhood emotional neglect were three times more likely to have a stroke.
Doctors say to avoid putting your child at risk, do not be afraid to lean on others if you are overwhelmed.
Parents should seek help if, for some reason, they cannot meet their child's needs.
Researchers say the findings of the study add to previous evidence linking traumatic childhood experiences with physical illness in adulthood.
Complete results of the study can be found in the journal Neurology.
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