The term gadar is said to be a subtle way to pass judgement among people from the LGBT community.
Bullied kids find it difficult to escape from school work.
A new study found that an intervention program, GIRLSS, was effective in reducing "mean girl" behaviors in adolescents.
Victims of bullying are more likely to sleep walk and suffer night terrors and nightmares, according to a new child study.
Kids who eat with their family are less likely to be victims of cyberbullying, according to a new study.
According to a new study, American kids are less exposed to violence today than they were in 2003.
Concussions may increase the risk of suicide attempts in teens, according to a new study.
"Freaks" and "geeks" aren't the only ones that get bullied in school. New research reveals that popular jocks and cheerleaders are also more likely to be victims of bullying.
In a new study, researchers reported that the effects of bullying can add up over the years for children.
Researchers found that children who are bully victims are more likely to report physical symptoms, such as body aches, that do not have clear medical causes.
New research reveals more evidence that scars of childhood bullying lasts long into adulthood.
School fights can dumb teens down, a new study suggests.
Researchers found more evidence that family conflict can cause boys to turn to illegal drugs.
Remember the times your older brother or sister barred you from their room, and you took revenge by reading their diary or breaking their favorite toy? Now, you're probably recalling those "silly" childhood clashes and laughing them off them as a normal part of growing up. However, a new study reveals that sibling aggression may actually cause deep psychological scars that lead to mental health problems like depression and anxiety.
Researchers interviewed fourth graders and found that peer pressure, which is often associated with teenager, could start as early as nine-years-old.