A new study found that kids who grew up in a household where a family member was imprisoned had a greater risk of having poor health quality as adults in comparison to kids who did not grow up with an incarcerated family member.
A new study found that people who have served in the military after the all-volunteer era tend to report more adverse childhood events.
Childhood adversity could explain why black men have poorer relationships and health in comparison to white men, according to a new study.
Researchers report that Holocaust survivors had a longer life expectancy than compatriots who were not a part of the horrible events.
When the number of men in a poor area goes down, women become less choosy and start giving birth to more children, according to a new study from Britain. Women belonging to more affluent classes react to shortage of men differently, like pursuing a degree or focusing on career.