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Teen Bullies May Grow Into Criminals, Says Study

A recent University of Texas-Dallas study analyzed data from the U.K. and found that teens that bullied peers in school are more likely to commit some type of crime as adults — theft, assault and burglary. Also, past bullies were more likely to be repeat offenders, says a UT Dallas press release

 

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