Bullying, Bad Even for DNA!

In Brain, Bullying, Epigenetics, Influences, Stress, Wellbeing by DC McGuireLeave a Comment

Dr. Louise Arseneault’s group from King’s College London has discovered that being bullied can actually lead to a wide range of epigenetically induced mental health problems like depression and anxiety. In twin studies they observed that the bullied twin showed a decreased cortisol response.Decreased cortisol responses have  been linked to poor stress coping strategies and play a role in a number of  mental disorders.
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