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The effects of bullying simply don’t go away as children grow up, according to a new American Journal of Psychiatry study that claims that the impact of being harassed or picked-on as a child can still be felt up to four decades later.
The Firm is evaluating Testosterone lawsuits on behalf of individuals who experienced life-threatening heart problems, allegedly due to Testim and other low-testosterone therapies.
It isn’t the violent gameplay in video games such as The Walking Dead, Grand Theft Auto or World of Warcraft that fosters intense feelings of aggression in video game players – it's the failure that comes with gameplay that leads to hostile behavior.
The Firm is evaluating testosterone lawsuits on behalf of men who suffered heart attacks, strokes and other cardiovascular problems, allegedly due to prescription testosterone therapies.
An educational intervention program for children between kindergarten and 10th grade, known as Fast Track, reduces aggressive behavior later in life.
Parental monitoring of the time children spend watching television, playing video games and being online can be associated with more sleep, improved school performance and better behavior by the children.
Most of us science nerds vividly remember episodes of bullying that took place throughout our childhood, but a new study has found that the popular kids are victimized by bullies too.
NoBullying.com, releases today the Ultimate Guide to the Psychology of Bullying http://nobullying.com/the-psychology-of-bullying/.
Children who repeatedly play violent video games are learning thought patterns that will stick with them and influence behaviors as they grow older, according to a new study by Iowa State University researchers.
The Firm is investigating testosterone treatment lawsuits on behalf of men who suffered heart attacks, strokes and other dangerous cardiovascular problems, allegedly due to the use of drugs like
- The deadly nightshade, Atropa Belladonna, which possesses stupefying or poisonous properties.
- A sleeping-potion; a soporific.
- To mutter deliriously.