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Bullying Impacts Students Even When It Stops

We know that persistent bullying has physical and psychological effects, but even when the bullying ends, students are still reeling, says a recent report. Kids with a history of past abuse are still prone to depression, anger and acting out, CNN.com reported. Yet youth who were consistently bullied over the years had the worst health outcomes. 

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