Childhood bullying has lasting effects on mental, physical health

02/17/2014 | USA Today

The risk of being bullied dropped as students got older, but having both past and present bullying experiences was linked to substantially lower mental and physical health scores in the 10th grade, a study in the journal Pediatrics showed. The findings emphasize the importance of early intervention to stop bullying and follow-up to address potential effects.

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