Scientists tell which teenagers are more likely to succeed in adulthood.
Researchers from Emory University and Ball State University in America made a stunning statement: teenagers with acne are much more successful than their peers. And that's why.
Academics conducted a series of experiments where 105 thousand schoolchildren took part.
It turned out that children with the disease "acne" more often than other healthy adolescents succeed in life: they get a higher education and then confidently climb the career ladder.
The pronounced connection was traced in girls, but the guys also did not yield.
Experts think that the answer lies in the school complexes that appeared on the background of the disease, such children felt ugly and suffered from low self-esteem.
Due to these reasons, many experienced some difficulties in communication, and therefore were forced to spend more time on books than in the company.