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An article in Science Daily reports that bullying during the teenage years often leads to depression in adulthood. The most common type of bullying was name calling, which rarely resulted in the teen or peers telling an adult. Researchers believe that bullying during the teenage years could make up a substantial portion of depression in the early adult years. Efforts to reduce bullying may lead to a reduction in depression later in life. To read this article in its entirety, click here.