Did the Second Lebanon War spark a generation of overprotective Israeli mothers?
A new study by researchers at the University of Haifa suggests mothers who lived in Israel's north during the Second Lebanon War worry more and have less independent children.
The anxiety the Second Lebanon War caused among residents of the north of Israel was passed on to another – developmentally stunted – generation, the initial findings of a new study suggest.
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