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Childhood Tummy Aches May be Tied to Adult Anxiety, Depression, Vanderbilt University Study


8/13/2013 6:22:37 AM

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Stomach pain is a common childhood complaint, and now a new study suggests it may place some kids at higher risk for anxiety disorders or depression as adults. The researchers compared 332 young adults, aged around 20, who had abdominal pain as children to 147 participants who did not. Of those who had suffered from stomach pain, 51 percent had an anxiety disorder during their lifetime, and 30 percent had one currently.

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