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In the health problems to blame on bad terms with their peers at school

In the health problems to blame on bad terms with their peers at school

In the health problems to blame on bad terms with their peers at school

Accepted that school conflicts over the years forgotten and have consequences. However, it is not. If a teenager or disliked classmates teased him, after many years, he could face health problems, writes The Telegraph.

In particular, increases the risk of heart disease and diabetes in middle age. These teens are often obese, have high blood pressure and cholesterol. Remarkable: that girls are more susceptible to the negative effects of social conflict, Swedish experts say.

In total, scientists from the universities of Ume and Stockholm have observed approximately 900 students (from 16 and 43 years). Why in particular suffered, girls, researchers say they can not. Perhaps due to the gender differences people were different ways of life.

Experts point: relationships with peers is extremely important not only in terms of socialization during childhood and adolescence, but also for health in the future.