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Is Puppy Love Bad for Young People’s Health?

A new study found that middle school students who date have worse study skills, are four times more likely to drop out of school and twice as likely to abuse alcohol and drugs, reported Science Daily. Researchers believe that pre-teens are preoccupied with these relationships and it deters them from their schoolwork and breakups can lead to depression.

 

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