Childhood residential mobility and multiple health risks during adolescence and adulthood: the hidden role of adverse childhood experiences.

@article{Dong2005ChildhoodRM,
  title={Childhood residential mobility and multiple health risks during adolescence and adulthood: the hidden role of adverse childhood experiences.},
  author={Maxia Dong and Robert F. Anda and Vincent J. Felitti and David F. Williamson and Shanta R. Dube and David W. Brown and Wayne H. Giles},
  journal={Archives of pediatrics \& adolescent medicine},
  year={2005},
  volume={159 12},
  pages={
          1104-10
        }
}
BACKGROUND Throughout US history, US society has been characterized by its high degree of residential mobility. Previous data suggest a relationship between mobility and increased health risk, but this relationship might be confounded by unmeasured adverse childhood experiences (ACEs). OBJECTIVES To examine the relationship of childhood residential mobility to health problems during adolescence and adulthood and to determine how much these apparent relationships may result from underlying… Expand
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