Children get bullied for psoriasis, survey finds

11/1/2010 | Bloomberg Businessweek

A National Psoriasis Foundation survey found about 44% of children with psoriasis had been bullied at least once during the previous six months and about 38% of those cases were the direct result of their skin condition. The survey also revealed that bullying caused emotional problems, including anxiety and crying, in some cases.

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