The challenges that come with battling a chronic medical condition or developmental disability are enough to get a young person down. But being left out, ignored or bullied by their peers is the main reason youths with special health care needs report symptoms of anxiety or depression, according to a new study.
On top of all the other hardships they face daily, adolescent students living with a disability or chronic illness are more likely to be victims of bullying from their peers at school, a new French and Irish study finds. Read Post
Updates from MCC Research Network presented in special issue of Medical CareThe millions of Americans living with more than one chronic disease are at high risk of poor health outcomes, and account for a disproportionate share of he... Read Post