Slapping, shoving tied to kids' future health problems

00:17 EDT 15 Jul 2013 | Reuters

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Children who are punished through pushing, shoving and slapping are more likely to be obese and have other health problems when they grow up, a new study suggests.

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