The controversial youth football reality show, Friday Night Tykes, ignites a conversation about the need for nurturing, …
More research is documenting the lasting legacy of bullying on its victims in nearly every part of their lives, from emotional wellbeing to career success.
Bullying can have harmful effects on childhood development, and the latest research reveals those detrimental influences may even stretch into adulthood, depending on how victims handle the trauma.
Brothers and sisters fight, but when the bickering evolves into physical or emotional abuse, it’s bullying.
It’s not just the victims of bullying that experience long-term consequences; bullies themselves are also at risk of mental health issues later in life.
How long does bullying over sexual orientation continue?
It was a bad week for Internet trolls.
The doubled-edged sword of living life on social media
When high school bullies pulled a cruel practical joke on an unpopular classmate, the entire town got involved and rallied around the would-be victim in support
Bullying can lead to depression, low grades, behavioral problems and even physical illness because of the stress it causes — and kids with autism may be suffering the brunt of the harm
Anti-bullying programs are everywhere, but are they having an effect? One new approach, “I Choose,” was designed by kids. The hope is that engaging children in the solution, rather than simply telling them how to behave, can encourage better choices.
A hard life can age you, literally, researchers say. In fact, children who are exposed to violence at a young age show changes in their DNA equivalent to several years of premature aging.