Lack of parental love increases the risk of a child’s death
Researchers from Loma Linda University in America concluded that cold parenting increases the risk of premature death of children.
It is noted that the study involved 199 people of different sexes and ages.
Initially, all volunteers had to fill out questionnaires with stories about their relationship with mom and dad in the first 15 years of their lives.
After that, the subjects were tested to find out the size of telomeres, which are traditionally associated with longevity.
As a result, it was found that the telomeres of the participants, whose parents were cold and ruthless, were 25% shorter than the telomeres of the volunteers, who were treated with warmth and affection.