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"Kids are dating at an age that's younger than you might think," Reidy said, "and dating violence is an issue much earlier than you might expect." Swahn agreed.
A team of researchers studied carbon atoms in 45 mummies that lived in Egypt between 3,500BC and 600AD to discover that they ate a lot of barley and wheat over the long period, suggesting that they adapted to the region incredibly well, as evidenced by farming scenes painted on the walls of tombs (pictured) Carbon atoms are taken in by plants from carbon dioxide in the process of photosynthesis and carbon ends up in human bodies by eating the plants or by eating animals that eat the plants, Live Science reported. Surprisingly the study revealed that the mummies had not eaten much fish in their lifetime.It has previously been assumed that the ancient Egyptians ate fish, which they caught in the Nile, as seen in paintings in tombs.A relief showing net fishing is pictured Using their loaves: The finding that Egyptians ate a lot of wheat echoes many paintings in Egyptian tombs that show people working the land and harvesting wheat (pictured is a painting from the Tomb of Menna circa 1,400BC) to make loaves of bread, which are often offered to god of the afterlife, Osiris When the results were also compared to isotope ratios in the hair of modern European vegetarians, the experts could confirm that the ancient Egyptians were mostly vegetarians, eating a diet based around wheat and barley."These kids need help in learning what a healthy relationship is," Swahn said."And right now, we have very limited resources for them." Reidy agreed.They also admitted inflicting physical injuries on a dating partner more often than older boys did.
But Swahn said it's not clear what to make of those patterns, since the study did not follow kids over time.
Schools are probably the best place to reach kids, Reidy said.
And parents, of course, have a "big role," he added.
But he stressed that the study findings don't mean only disadvantaged kids suffer or perpetrate dating violence.
"We know from national studies that about 10 percent of kids experienced sexual dating violence in the past year, and 10 percent experienced physical violence," Reidy said.
When it came to psychological abuse, 29 percent of boys and almost 34 percent of girls said they'd been victimized at least three times.