Child victimization rates decline, but problems remain

03/8/2010 | Medscape (free registration)

Two national surveys five years apart showed decreases in childhood bullying, peer victimization and sexual assault, but researchers said the fact that 50% of children reported being assaulted in the past year is appalling. The surveys showed rates of physical abuse and neglect by caregivers did not change. Incidents of robbery and witnessing physical abuse of a sibling increased.

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