Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Experiencing Childhood Trauma Makes Body and Brain Age Faster

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This shows two headsChildren who experience early life adversity experience faster biological aging than children with no history of exposure to abuse. Trauma was associated with biological aging in early puberty, cellular aging, and alterations in brain structure. The findings may explain why children who experienced adversity early in life often suffer poor health as they age.