Cyberbullying Connected To PTSD Symptoms In Victims —And Bullies

Cyberbullying has garnered a lot of research attention in recent years, since it appears to share many of the psychological harms as regular bullying, which itself is linked to negative effects well into adulthood.
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Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is an often chronic condition for which currently available medications have limited efficacy. Medical cannabis is increasingly used to treat patients with PTSD; however, evidence for the efficacy and safety of cannabin...
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STATEMENT OF PURPOSE: Intentional violent injury is a leading cause of disability and death among young adults in the United States. Hospital-based violence intervention programs (HVIPs), which strive to prevent re-injury through intensive case management,...
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BACKGROUND: Severe mental illness (SMI) among imprisoned individuals is a global health concern. Quantitative research indicates on average mental health symptom improvements during imprisonment, however, it cannot reflect multifaceted factors influencing ...
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BACKGROUND: Global trends of penetrating abdominal trauma (PAT) have seen a shift toward a selectively conservative management strategy. However, its widespread adoption for gunshot injuries has been sluggish. The purpose of this study is to compare the in...
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Pavement surface condition was parameter used to define quality of road traffic system. In this review pavement surface condition inspected were pavement friction, roughness and rutting. In order to analysis the study considers all previous paper done by r...
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The frequent cases of violent crimes that continually result in innumerable losses of lives and property very much affects greater number of people in Enugu Metropolis in particular and Nigeria in general. Armed robbery, for instance, is the activities of ...
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OBJECTIVE: To explore the characteristics and mechanisms of serious injuries of chest caused by road traffic accidents. METHODS: Totally 112 autopsy cases with chest injuries in the urban of Jingzhou road traffic accidents were collected. Systemati...
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BACKGROUND: Reports of injuries caused by bear attacks are scarce in the Himalayan region of India, such as Uttarakhand, which is surrounded by hills and thick forests. We retrospectively studied 18 patients attacked by Himalayan black and sloth bears to u...
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