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Emotional Support Helps Buffer Effects of Racism on Young Blacks

Black teens that experience frequent racial discrimination have a higher risk of developing diabetes, stroke and heart disease. The good news: Having emotionally supportive parents can help buffer racism’s ill effects, says a new report. Researchers believe that teens offered advice, help with homework and support by parents can better cope with stress. 

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