Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Genetics linked to childhood emotional, social and psychiatric problems

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This shows DNAChildren who experience emotional, mental health, and social problems are more likely to have higher levels of genetic vulnerability for depression as adults. Researchers also identified a higher genetic vulnerability for insomnia, body mass index, and neuroticism. 50% of children with disorders such as ADHD continue to experience mental health problems as they enter adulthood.