bullying: recent publications

Pediatricians Reveal Kids Living With Food Allergies Get Bullied More Often

Journal of Pediatric Psychology reveals the extent of the problem. Researchers offered children who live with food allergies a multi-question assessment to better understand the magnitude of the issue.For the questionnaire, children had to answer “yes” or “no” questions about food allergy-related bullying.

17% of them admitted to being bullied, harassed, or teased about their allergy. However, when they answered questions about other victimization behaviors, the number increased to 31%.

Even more troubling, Children’s National Hospital researchers discovered that just 12% of parents knew about the bullying their children faced. ADVERTISEMENT Bullying behaviors ranged from verbal harassment and criticism to more dangerous acts.

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bullying: Readers Choice

Journal of Pediatric Psychology reveals the extent of the problem. Researchers offered children who live with food allergies a multi-question assessment to better understand the magnitude of the issue.For the questionnaire, children had to answer “yes” or “no” questions about food allergy-related bullying.
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