Study examines obesity and bullying among teens

01/22/2012 | Canada.com

Overweight and obese boys were twice as likely to be bullied than those of normal weight, a Canadian study found. In the journal Obesity Facts, researchers noted that obese teen girls were three times more likely to become bullies than normal-weight peers. The study involved more than 1,700 high school students in Ontario.

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