Study: Bullying victims more likely to be depressed, anxious

02/6/2008 | MSNBC

Children who are bullied may be far more likely to become depressed or anxious or have suicidal thoughts, according to a British study. "Being bullied is bad for children's health," said researcher Dr. Louise Arsenault. "Their symptoms are to be taken seriously."

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