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Staten Island Pediatrician Michael Gabriel discusses a study conducted that concluded children who were bullied had a higher risk of developing mental health issues as they enter their middle age years.
Research has demonstrated a link between screen violence and real-world aggression, both in traditional media like violent movies and in newer media including first-person shooter games.
Wright & Schulte LLC Notes Testosterone Lawsuit News Has Doctors Seeking Answers and Call for Better Research Into The Cardiac Risks of Testosterone Treatment Drugs Like AndroGel, AndroDerm
High schools are often filled with rumors about bullied kids or at-risk youth bringing weapons into school. A new report has confirmed that teens who are bullied are more likely to bring a weapon to school.
Trae Chancellor to Explore New Tech Solutions to Eradicate Bullying in Schools PALO ALTO, Calif., April 30, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- No Bully, a leading nonprofit dedicated
Survey Also Finds 15% of Women are Victims of Weight-Related Discrimination in the Workplace Burlingame, CA (PRWEB) April 29, 2014 Weight-related bullying
Diane Buford on How to Help Stop Bullying, an Exclusive NoBullying Interview Out Today - http://nobullying.com/help-stop-bullying/
The Firm is investigating testosterone treatment lawsuits on behalf of men who suffered heart attacks, strokes and other heart problems, allegedly due to low testosterone therapies.
Some of the world's nastiest behavior grows out of spite, the dark art of hurting an opponent even when it comes at a price to yourself.
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.
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