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Bullies and Their Victims Obsessed with Weight-Loss

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School bullies and their victims are more obsessed with weight-loss than anyone else, according to new research by the University of Warwick.

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Does Advice for Managing Workplace Bullying Really Work?

In a new study featured in the National Communication Association’s Journal of Applied Communication Research, authors Stacy Tye-Williams and Kathleen J. Krone identify and re-imagine the paradox of workplace bullying advice. They interviewed 48 individuals from a variety of occupations and found that targets of workplace bullying frequently offered advice they had received to other targets, despite believing that the advice either made no difference or had made their own situations worse.

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Childhood Bullying May Lead to Increased Chronic Disease Risk in Adulthood

Being bullied during childhood might have lifelong health effects related to chronic stress exposure—including an increased risk for heart disease and diabetes in adulthood, according to a research review in the March/April issue of the Harvard Review of Psychiatry. The journal is published by Wolters Kluwer.

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Cyberbullying Rarely Occurs in Isolation, Research Finds

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Cyberbullying is mostly an extension of playground bullying – and doesn’t create large numbers of new victims - according to research from the University of Warwick.

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Dispelling Five Common Myths About Cyberbullying

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Nationwide Teen Bullying and Cyberbullying Study Reveals Significant Issues Impacting Youth

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In one of the latest and most ambitious studies on bullying and cyberbullying in middle and high school students, researchers found that 1 in 5 students said that they had been threatened with a weapon at school, 73 percent of students reported that they had been bullied at school at some point in their lifetime, and 70 percent of the students said that someone spread rumors about them online.

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School Bullying Linked to Lower Academic Achievement, Research Finds

A study that tracked hundreds of children from kindergarten through high school found that chronic or increasing levels of bullying were related to lower academic achievement, a dislike of school and low confidence by students in their own academic abilities, according to new research published by the American Psychological Association.

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Fat Shaming Linked to Greater Health Risks

Body shaming is a pervasive form of prejudice, found in cyber bullying, critiques of celebrities’ appearances, at work and school, and in public places for everyday Americans. People who are battling obesity face being stereotyped as lazy, incompetent, unattractive, lacking willpower, and to blame for their excess weight. The pain of these messages may take a toll on health and increase risk of cardiovascular and metabolic disease.

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Bullying Makes Men Leave the Labor Market

Long-term consequences of workplace bullying on sickness absence







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