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Growing up in disadvantaged areas may affect teens' brains, but good parenting can help

05:10 EDT 22 Jun 2017 | Medical Xpress

New research has found growing up in a disadvantaged neighbourhood may have negative effects on children's brain development. But for males, at least, positive parenting negated these negative effects, providing some good lessons for parents.

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