Report: Bullied children more likely to suffer from emotional problems

09/5/2003 | CNN

National advocacy group Fight Crime: Invest in Kids has released a report that indicated nearly 3.2 million children in grades six through 10, or about one in six, were victims of bullying each year. Bullied children, who are more prone to suicide and five times more likely to suffer from depression, can benefit from relatively low-cost anti-bullying programs, the report said.

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