Bullying Drives Children to Cosmetic Surgery

American Society of Plastic Surgeons says surgery due to bullying is up 30 percent in the last decade.
0:44 | 11/15/13

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The number of children getting plastic surgery in the United States is on the rise kids as young as six are going under the knife. One big reason bullying. Children don't want to stand out and become a target. If you have even a little people in here that might have a birth a birthmark. Or some -- -- mark on their -- that he is. That's bothering them or it's concerning the parents that they they really don't want -- want -- prevent any. Ewing -- -- any. You know ridicule. The American society of plastic surgery says the number of children getting cosmetic surgery due to bullying is up 30%. Over the past ten years.

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