(New York, NY) -- A new study reveals that five-year-olds who are spanked are more likely to be aggressive later in elementary school. Researchers at New York's Columbia University found that 52-percent of mothers and 33-percent of fathers spanked their kids at the age of five. But experts say there's no evidence that spanking is good for kids. The Columbia study was recently published in the journal "Pediatrics."
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