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Children with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Are Prime Targets for Bullies
In Peer Victimization in Children With Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: Relations With Symptoms of Psychopathology, published in the Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, vol. 35, No. 3, researchers find that children with OCD are almost three...
Children Who Witness Violence at Home More Likely To Bully
A study by researchers at the University of Washington and Indiana University published in Pediatrics shows that children who have witnessed violence in the home are more likely to be bullies.
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Survey Shows 'Cyberbullying' Up
With the ever-increasing use of blogs, instant messaging and social networking sites among teens and children has come a rise in bullying via the Internet, or "cyberbullying," a study published in the most recent issue of Pediatrics says. In a survey of te...
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Survey: Bullies Torment 9 in 10 Children
Children who are bullied are more likely to show signs of depression and have suicidal thoughts later in life. As are the bullies themselves--in addition to ending up in prison. This makes news showing that nearly all children in America's schools have been...
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Bullies Invade "Second Lives"
Seems there's no escape from the so-called Real World. Advertising, business and even terrorists have invaded the cyber-utopias dreamed of by some early Internet theorists. Bullies too have made their way into virtual realms and are on the rise, shows a UK ...
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Bullying Both A Cause and Effect of ADHD
Research appearing in February's Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology shows that children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are more likely to be bullies--and to have been bullied.
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Does Facebook Put Teens at Risk for Depression?
The American Academy of Pediatrics cautions parents about social media dangers.
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