Why bullying victims develop health problems as they age and bullies flourish
from The Washington Post
Children who are bullied are more prone to depression and suicidal tendencies even when they grow up; they’re also more likely to get sick and have headaches and stomach troubles, researchers have discovered. A new study may have found the underlying cause: a specific indicator of illness, called C-reactive protein, is higher than normal in bullying victims, even when they get older. In contrast, the bullies, by the same gauge, seem to be healthier.
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