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An ongoing survey of Ontario students in grades 7 to 12 conducted for the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) shows that while the majority of students have healthy relationships and report overall good mental and physical health, some negative trends, especially among girls, have raised concerns.
Researchers recently found that students who have services based on special-education needs for behavioral problems, as well as those who have obvious disabilities, will more likely be bullied than their fellow students.
Workplace bullying can be the silent killer of an individual's self-esteem, physical and emotional well-being.
One Call Now has joined forces with The Million T-Shirt March and The Olweus Bullying Prevention Program for the nation's largest and most ambitious anti-bullying rally ever attempted, The
Beaumont Children’s Hospital has launched Michigan’s first hospital-based, anti-bullying program to raise awareness, provide supportive counseling and develop research-based bullying programs.
A new study from researchers at King's College London has discovered that children who are bullied early on in life are more likely to self-harm during early adolescence, up to the age of 12.