Canadian study links child abuse to osteoarthritis

11/13/2009 | Reuters

Adults diagnosed with osteoarthritis were nearly two times more likely to report they were physically abused as children, University of Toronto researchers said. The data from the 2005 Canadian Community Health Survey adds to earlier research that linked osteoarthritis to the stress of living with abuse as a child, subsequent unhealthy behaviors as adults and depression.

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