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Bullying affects children’s long-term health, study shows

In the first study of its kind to assess the compounding effects of bullying over 5 years, researchers have found that a child experiences more severe and lasting health implications the longer he or she is bullied, suggesting that early interventions could reverse the “downward health trajectory” that victims of bullying may experience.
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Long-Term Night Shift Working Linked to Breast Cancer

Researchers have found that women who work night shifts for more than 30 years may be at a higher risk of breast cancer than other women. The study, published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ), was done by researchers in Canada. They analyzed the careers of 1,134 women with breast cancer and 1,179 women without the disease…
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