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Gray News - A study recently published by The Lancet is reporting that spanking children could do more harm than good.
While physical punishment has been around for decades, it is increasingly viewed as having a negative impact. Researchers compiled data from 69 various studies to inform practitioners and policy makers about the potential impacts of spanking. Instead, the report suggests that spanking predicts increases in child behavior issues over time, adding there is evidence of a dose-response relationship. Spanking also increases the risk of involvement with child protective services, according to the summary.
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Spanking children could do more harm than good, reports say. By Debra Dolan.
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