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Parents urged to be on the lookout for bullying

About 800,000 children will return to school in Queensland in the next week or so and sadly as many as one in five will experience bullying.

It is not only a social issue but a health issue that can have serious and long-term emotional or psychological consequences.

The executive director of the Mental Health Branch of Queensland Health Associate Professor John Allan is urging parents to be on the lookout for the telltale signs of bullying.

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