A new study has found that regular exercise for high school students can reduce suicide by 23%. Exercise had a beneficial effect on both suicidal thoughts and suicide attempts.
Some parents are going old-school when it comes to dealing with bullies.
What would your first instinct be if you found out that bullies were hassling your child? Would you help him rehearse comeback lines or would you show him how to open a can of whoop-ass, and knock those jerks into next week?
Poor sleep plays a roll in bullying and other aggressive behaviors.
Children who bully their friends at school are twice as likely to be aggressive and suffer from sleep problems, a new study says.
Study links bullying with family violence.
While bullies and their victims traffic in threats, taunts and fights in the schoolyard, a study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention showed those on both sides are also more likely to live with violence at home.
Obese kids in grades 3 thru 6 are more apt to be bullied.
Obese children in grades 3 through 6 are more apt to be bullied by their classmates than children who are trim, regardless of their gender, race, social skills, or academic achievement, a study published today in Pediatrics shows.
Women bully other women at work
YELLING, scheming and sabotaging: all are tell-tale signs that a bully is at work, laying traps for employees at every pass.
Children who exercise regularly tend to be less angry
Studies have shown that overweight kids tend to be bullies or be bullied. And why do bullies push other kids around? Most likely because they are angry. A new study says that regular exercise may help reduce anger in healthy, overweight children.
A study was done on aggressive teenagers and shows that they may actually enjoy inflicting pain on others.
Bullying has become a common phenomenon in cyberspace with nearly 72 per cent of teens reporting at least one incident of cyber bullying during the past year, says a new study.
Bullying is the top “health” concern among parents with overweight and obese children, according to a new report.
Workplace bullying, such as belittling comments, persistent criticism of work and withholding resources, appears to inflict more harm on employees than sexual harassment, say researchers who presented their findings at a conference today.
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