Times of India: Cyberbullies and victims face health problems

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Adolescent cyberbullies and their victims may have physical and mental health problems, suggests new research. [...]

Being a cybervictim only was associated with living in a family with other than two biological parents; perceived difficulties in emotions, concentration, behaviour, or getting along with other people; headache; recurrent abdominal pain; sleeping difficulties and not feeling safe at school.

Being a cyberbully only was associated with perceived difficulties in emotions, concentration, behaviour, or getting along with other people; hyperactivity; conduct problems; infrequent helping behaviours; frequently smoking or getting drunk; headache and not feeling safe at school. Being both cyberbully and cybervictim was associated with all of these conditions.