Victims of racial bullying are more likely to drink and do drugs

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iStock Kids who are the victims of racially-motivated bullying may be at risk in more ways than one, a new report has found. The report analyzed data from the California Healthy Kids Survey, a voluntary survey administered to children through their schools.
The results point to a worrying link between bullying and drugs and alcohol for children in California high schools from 2013 to 2018, U.S. News reported on Thursday.

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