Parents Differ on Definition of Cyberbullying, Survey Displays: – THURSDAY, Sept. 24, 2015 – – Many American parents are worried about cyberbullying, but they have different opinions on how to define it and how it must be punished, a new survey finds. A national sample of parents of teens aged 13 to 17 was asked views in regards to a number of hypothetical cyberbullying situations. Sixty-three % said a social media campaign to elect a student for homecoming court as a prank counted as cyberbullying, and nearly two-thirds said posting online rumors a student had sex at school also qualified as cyberbullying. However, not even half of parents stated sharing a photo altered to create another learning college student look fatter, or posting online rumors that a student was caught cheating about a test was cyberbullying, based on the University of Michigan’s C.S.Partnership for a Drug-Free America studies show the alarming disconnect between parents and their children over this problem.?.
19 % of breast cancer patients don’t receive recommended radiation after mastectomy One-fifth of women who should receive radiation following a mastectomy aren’t getting this potentially lifesaving treatment, according to a new study from researchers at the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center. The analysis looked at 396 females who had been treated with a mastectomy for breast cancer.