Childhood hunger can fuel violence later in life
Medical experts have suggested that kids who go hungry more than two times are likely to become more vulnerable to violence and anger in later stages of life.

Thirty-seven percent of the study’s participants who had frequent hunger as children reported that they had been involved in interpersonal violence.
Of those who experienced little to no childhood hunger, 15 percent said they were involved in interpersonal violence

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