Spanking raises risks of aggression, 50-year study finds

A new study is suggesting that spanking your child could backfire.

The study took a look at 5 decades of research involving over 160,000 kids and it finds that children that are spanked are actually more likely to defy their parents.

It also finds that kids that are spanked have increased anti-social behavior, aggression and mental health problems.

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