Parental Incarceration and Child Overweight: Results From a Sample of Disadvantaged Children in the United States.

CONCLUSIONS: Our findings contribute to an emerging body of research suggesting that the consequences of parental incarceration for young children's physical health may differ by whether a child's mother or father has ever been incarcerated. Caution is warranted in generalizing the negative behavioral and mental health effects of parental incarceration to child physical health conditions, particularly for young children whose mothers have a history of incarceration. PMID: 31163114 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
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