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The offenses negative impact on health in middle age

The offenses negative impact on health in middle age

The offenses negative impact on health in middle age

Commit a crime, a person can pay for your health, when he was 40 years old. The staff at Cardiff University and Texas analyzed data from 400 men, followed since childhood, reported BBC.

Found, offenders often end up in hospital and 13 times more likely to have a disability. I must say, before the researchers found that better health in later adolescence and close to 30 were among those who committed the offense at a young age.

However, study participants aged 48 years has shown that people who continued to commit the offense, four times more likely to end in the hospital bed for the last five years. Plus, 13 of the 17 people who died during that period, had a criminal record.

Commented research director Professor Jonathan Shepherd, "What is the cause of this pattern, we have not yet set. Perhaps reckless behavior increases the risk of accidents and injuries. Such is the true price of repeated infringement."