Childhood bullying may negatively affect a person's health in adulthood

(January 2, 2016) - “We examine the effects of physical and relational victimization on physical symptoms and physical self-concept across 10 years,” said researchers Alanna D. Hager, PhD, and Bonnie J. Leadbeater, PhD, of the department of psychology at the University of Victoria, Canada. “Findings highlight the negative health consequences of peer victimization in adolescence both concurrently and across the transition to young adulthood.” HealthNewsLine; Reuters; TechTimes