Early bullying has long-lasting impact

A large-scale study from the University of Delaware, reported in EurekAlert, suggests that students who are bullied in grade 5 go on to develop serious mental health and addiction problems later in their school years.  Recommendations for pediatricians and teachers to be aware of, and prevent, the effects of stigma, which the authors suggest may be at the root of bullying, on students were made.


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