Kids in poorer neighborhoods likely to be less healthy, worse educated
from United Press International
When it comes to future success in life, where a child lives and who their parents are can be tightly connected, a new study says. Kids who grow up in poor neighborhoods have a higher genetic risk of underperforming in school and having children too early, according to research published Monday in Nature Human Behavior. These kids were also more likely to move into poor neighborhoods themselves as they get older.
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