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Yelling at teens: similar effect to physical punishment

03:00 EDT 5 Sep 2013 | Medical News Today

Physical discipline has long been considered unacceptable, but many parents today raise their voice when a child is out of line. New research, however, shows that harsh verbal punishment, such as shouting, cursing or using insults, is just as harmful...

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