Tag: "bullying" at medical news
Bullying – a Common Problem Among Childre
...udies have relied on self-reports when identifying bullying
behavior and adjustment difficulties. Researcher...ectives not just from the students involved in the bullying
incidents, but also from other children and teachers. The research involved about 2,000 mostly Latin...
TV watching may turn your child into a bully
...arly childhood age might make the child indulge in bullying
behavior.// A child is considered to be a bully w...hat these behaviors are positively correlated with bullying
behaviors. The results of the study show that parental guidance and nearness plays an important ro...
Stop Watching TV: Toddler Development Affected
...oung children can make them more likely to exhibit bullying
behavior. So if right TV habits are inculcated in children as soon as possible, the better it will be. Source: NEWSWISE...
Students Involved In Bullying And Victims Were Equally Stressed
...t both victims of bully and children’s involved in bullying
are equally stressed. Researchers from University ...were always bullied, 469 students were involved in bullying
other students and 67 students were involved in bullying
and victims of bullying. The study author...
Developing Specific Skills Ensure Better Grades In US Kids
...nted in many elementary and middle schools to curb bullying
behavior,' he observed. The program called Raising Healthy Children tracked children from the first or second grade through the 12th grade and included workshops on effective teaching skills and better family management besides conducting summer c...
Teens need to Exercise Caution While Using Online Blogs
...ing patterns cannot be dismissed, exposing teen to bullying
and adult teasing. Huffaker gives an example of a study where nearly 2,500 children aged 10 to 17 years have come out with reports of being threatened or harassed online, including sexual innuendos , which has been received by one in five teenagers. ...
Peer Rejection Leads To Reduced Participation In Classroom Activities
...the classroom. Such children may also be prone for bullying
or victimization by their classmates. 'Children become less active participants in classroom activities because their opportunities to do so are increasingly restricted as a result of peer exclusion. Children who are harassed (picked on or teased) ...
Psychological effect on obese kids due to bullying
... receive at the playground.// The study says that bullying
frequently leads kids to avoid situations where th...ldren between the ages of 8 and 18 to find out how bullying
affected their exercise. "When you think about it, it makes intuitive sense, when you consider the...
Comfort Level, Maximum in Ethnically Diverse Schools
...tudents feel wanted. Students are not subjected to bullying
as much, compared to other schools. Psychologis...es are in the sixth year of their long-term school bullying
study of more than 1,900 sixth graders, and their teachers, in 11 Los Angeles-area public middle sch...
BMA for Stringent Measures against Bullies
..., race, religion and sexual orientation. Workplace bullying
and harassment occurs across the medical workforce...f the BMA, said that this has to stop as workplace bullying
affects up to 50 % of the UK workforce at some time in their working lives and costs employers 80 mi...
Take it if you can - Tough Times in Life Churn out Greenhorns
...ive), difficulties at work (being fired/laid off), bullying
at school, being a victim of crime (robbery, sexual violence), parental divorce, death of family member and others. 70% of the variation across people in suggestibility can be explained by the different levels of negative life events that they have...
Hardships Early In Life Makes A Person More Gullible
...ife, which included major illnesses, miscarriages, bullying
at school and parental divorce. The researchers then found that 70% of the variation in suggestibility between persons could be explained by the negative and traumatized events that they had experienced. Psychologist Kim Drake, who led the study, s...
Indian Students in New Zealand Feel Insecure
... perceive low levels of security, they report less bullying
than New Zealand European students. At the same ti...tudents in New Zealand suffer worse experiences of bullying
than New Zealand Europeans. Most Indian students plan to stay at school until year 13. The repor...
Doctors' Bid to End Bullying and Harassment in the Workplace
...esponse to growing concerns amongst Welsh GPs that bullying
and harassment is on the increase.// Launching ...ffensive is simply not acceptable. GPs suffer from bullying
and harassment like any other profession. According to recent surveys of NHS staff, one in four NHS ...
Survey Shows That Nurses In Scotland Are A Bullied Lot
...oyal College of Nursing, RCN in Scotland has found bullying
and harassment a continuing problem in// healthcar... no individual should expect nurses to put up with bullying
in the workplace. Explaining that many bullying
victims were afraid to report it for fear of being...
Children With OCD Are Often The More Bullied Lot
... with OCD who researchers studied reported chronic bullying
as a problem, according to findings described in t... bullied at least once in their lives. But chronic bullying
equates to about one taunt per day, ranging from kicking or hitting to name-calling or excluding chi...
Being Teased Predicts Poor Psychological Functioning in Youth With Cleft Lip
... functioning—including experience with teasing and bullying
and satisfaction with speech—were evaluated. Individuals with cleft lip and/or palate reported greater symptoms in all areas except anxiety and self-esteem. Having been teased was related to poor psychological functioning, more so than having a cle...
Ways to Fight Childhood Obesity
...hich could put the child under low self esteem and bullying
by friends or relatives. Children need to, “take a total of 60 minutes of at least moderate activity each day, in one session or several shorter ones lasting ten minutes or more”, and overweight children should involve in more of physical activity....
Children’s Behavioral Problems Not Linked to Marital Discor
...oral problems in children like lying, shoplifting, bullying
etc. These findings have been published in the journal, ‘Child Development’. The chief scientist K Paige Harden who led this research said that their research could help in treating behavioral problems in children. JT...
British Doctors Eye for Private Hospitals in India
... Doctor-bashing has reached a new level and we are bullying
our junior doctors.' Meanwhile, as thousands of British doctors find themselves looking overseas for jobs, many doctors of Indian origin have been shortlisted in the current round of employment to the NHS. Lakshman Raman, vice-chair (Policy) of t...