Health Rewind: Heart Health Knowledge Increases Among Black Women

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Bullying Traumatizes Into Adulthood

A new study suggests that the mental health issues of bullies and their victims affect them into their adulthood. Researchers from Johns Hopkins University “found that victims of bullying in childhood were 4.3 times more likely to have an anxiety disorder as adults, compared to those with no history of bullying or being bullied,” wrote the New York Times

 

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