Home > Newsletters > Daily: Love or hate Earth Hour? > Daily Dose: This is why your vanilla or cinnamon flavoured e-cigarette is toxic > Health-in-Motion 02 June 2017 Children who are being bullied in school may suffer the consequences well into adulthood. Children who are being bullied in school may suffer the consequences well into adulthood. A study, recently published in the journal Psychological Science, which monitored more than 300 US males from grade 1 all the way into their early thirties, indicates that individuals who were bullied as children were more likely to be less optimistic about their future, feel more unfairly treated by others and experience financial difficulties, as well as being at an increased risk of poor health, including severe cardiovascular problems, as adults 0 More: Daily Dose: This is why your vanilla or cinnamon flavoured e-cigarette is toxicHealth-in-Motion advertisement Other news Medical 1 in 4 SA workers suffers from depression Lifestyle Reasons why your scalp is itchy – and how to fix it News These are the areas where you are most at risk of getting malaria News WHO warns SA is not entirely geared up for major epidemics Lifestyle ‘My birth control pills gave me a liver tumour’ – this is how it happened Lifestyle US soldier receives world's first penis and scrotum transplant From our sponsors WIN a R2 000 beauty voucher! Understanding diabetes self-management Fed up with the Phlemings? Let’s chat diabetes and erectile dysfunction Live healthier FYI » When the flu turns deadly Why the flu makes you feel so miserable Could a deadly flu strain hit SA this winter? Following an intense flu season in the US and UK, should we be worried about our own upcoming flu season? Alcohol and acne » Dagga vs alcohol: Which is worse? SEE: Why you are drinking more alcohol than you realise Does alcohol cause acne? Some foods can be a trigger for acne, but what about alcohol? Dermatologist Dr Nerissa Moodley weighs in.