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HEALTH NEWS: Studies show bullying has negative health impact on children

Updated: Tuesday, February 18 2014, 07:56 PM CST
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We all know that bullying has a negative impact on children.
But a new study shows that it can cause a long lasting impact to their health over time.
  
Researchers at Boston Children's Hospital followed more than four thousand children from their middle school years to their high school years.

They talked to them at three points in that time about their experiences with bullying.

The results showed that if a child was bullied they'd have worse mental health problems and worse physical health over time and remain after the bullying ends. More health related stories


HEALTH NEWS: Studies show bullying has negative health impact on children

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