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Bullied Kids More Likely to Harm Themselves

Children who are bullied in school are five times more likely to engage in cutting and/or other forms of self-harm as they get older compared to children who are not bullied at all, says a new study. Researchers believe that if bullying — name calling and/or physical abuse — can be prevented, self-harm rates could be reduced by 20 percent, says Health Day News

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