Thursday, June 28, 2012

Bullied women have a higher risk of diabetes

Girls who are bullied at school are more likely to later in life to get a heart attack or obese.
Thus, a study by the Universities of UmeƄ and Stockholm, with 900 students followed from their 16th to 43rd.

The bullied girls when they reach the age of 40 often overweight, high blood pressure and high cholesterol. They also have an increased risk of developing diabetes.
The worse the women were bullied, the greater the risk of poor health.

The investigation revealed that many more women to suffer from bullying at a later age than men who are bullied. The researchers could not explain this difference.

1 comments:

Post a Comment