KITV: Growing up in a violent environment is likely to lead to accelerated aging and disease risk, new review of studies shows

Amy Garrett, PhD, assistant professor of radiology and psychiatry and director of the neuroimaging core for the Department of Psychiatry, was interviewed as an outside expert to provide context in this story about a new study that suggests experiencing adversity early in life is likely to make children reach puberty more quickly, increase cellular aging and alter brain development.

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