Fertile ground for education on fertility preservation

Fertile ground for education on fertility preservation www.jpeds.com THE EDITORS’ PERSPECTIVES March 2018 � Volume 194 Copyright © 2018 by Elsevier Inc. ultiple avenues of clinical research demonstrate that dating violence has nega- Negative M tive consequences. The causes of dating violence likely are multifactorial. Use consequences of of corporal punishment of children by parents seeking to correct or control behavior is commonly practiced. Temple et al, in this volume of The Journal, note that existing corporal punishment literature associates corporal punishment of children with negative childhood out- of children are comes (eg, increased aggression), but is confounded by inclusion of multiple types of maltreatment, including physical abuse of children. They sought to obtain more granu- unequivocal lar data about consequences of corporal punishment alone. In this study they sought — Sarah S. Long,MD to assess whether corporal punishment in childhood was associated with dating vio- lence in adolescence. The study population derived from 1042 students recruited at grades 9-10 from 7 urban and suburban public high schools in southeast Texas. The students were fol- lowed longitudinally, annually, to study adolescent risky behaviors. The current study was a cross-sectional analysis that included 758 participants who completed the follow up 5 years later (Wave 6), the first http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Journal of Pediatrics Elsevier

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www.jpeds.com THE EDITORS’ PERSPECTIVES March 2018 � Volume 194 Copyright © 2018 by Elsevier Inc. ultiple avenues of clinical research demonstrate that dating violence has nega- Negative M tive consequences. The causes of dating violence likely are multifactorial. Use consequences of of corporal punishment of children by parents seeking to correct or control behavior is commonly practiced. Temple et al, in this volume of The Journal, note that existing corporal punishment literature associates corporal punishment of children with negative childhood out- of children are comes (eg, increased aggression), but is confounded by inclusion of multiple types of maltreatment, including physical abuse of children. They sought to obtain more granu- unequivocal lar data about consequences of corporal punishment alone. In this study they sought — Sarah S. Long,MD to assess whether corporal punishment in childhood was associated with dating vio- lence in adolescence. The study population derived from 1042 students recruited at grades 9-10 from 7 urban and suburban public high schools in southeast Texas. The students were fol- lowed longitudinally, annually, to study adolescent risky behaviors. The current study was a cross-sectional analysis that included 758 participants who completed the follow up 5 years later (Wave 6), the first

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