Childhood Sexual Abuse Linked to Early Sign of Atherosclerosis
MNT Today, July 18, 2014
A sexual abuse law firm, the Zalkin Law Firm is committed to representing victims of childhood sexual abuse. This article shows the long term consequences of such abuse.
A new study published in Stroke - a journal of the American Heart Association - finds that women who were sexually abused in childhood may be more likely to have higher thickening of the inner lining of the arteries in middle age - an early indication of atherosclerosis.
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