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Study: Fights Between Siblings Not As Harmless As Parents Think

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Fights between siblings even occasional spats over things like toys may not be as harmless as some parents think. Fights between siblings even occasional spats over things like toys may not be as harmless as some parents think.
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Fights between siblings even occasional spats over things like toys may not be as harmless as some parents think. 

According to a new study in the journal, Pediatrics, sibling aggression is linked to significantly worse mental health in children and teens.  

Researchers at the University of New Hampshire looked at data from 36-hundred kids and found that fights between brothers and sisters can cause the same level of distress as peer bullying.
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