Both victims and perpetrators of bullying in childhood suffer negative health impacts in later life, research shows.

Bullies and their victims pay a price in poor health as adults, suffering from stress and at high risk for heart trouble

Childhood bullies more likely to grow up hostile, to smoke and use marijuana, while the bullied are more likely to have low pay and money troubles, feel hard done by and be pessimistic, while both face stress, study shows

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Both victims and perpetrators of bullying in childhood suffer negative health impacts in later life, research shows.
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