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Each day 4 or 5 children are killed by child abuse or neglect. The NHSDA found that approximately 64,000 adults also are in need of treatment for inhalant abuse. The study suggested that there are three hypotheses about why people with disabilities have poorer mental health than their non-disabled peers. Cognitive sequelae included high percentages of using alcohol or drugs to have sex, dissociating during sex, having flashbacks during sex and convincing oneself to have sex.

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