Victims of bullying appear to be much more likely to bring a weapon to school, according to a new study published in journal Pediatrics. “We wanted to look at those who are bringing weapons into what is supposed to be a safe space,” said study co-author Dr. Andrew Adesman, a professor of pediatrics at the Zucker School of Medicine. Read more from ABC News.
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