Last Updated on August 5, 2016 by Cindy Bekesi
By Chelsey Perkins
Data from Minnesota backs up the original Adverse Childhood Experience study; facing repeated and extreme stress in childhood severely alters the brain chemistry of an individual, both at the time and perhaps forever after. This is associated with higher morbidity, mortality, and a lower quality of life. The Brainerd Dispatch out of Minnesota discusses the problem and potential solutions in the schools and mental health community. Read about it HERE.