An American parent is afraid that his or her schoolmates will be harassed on the Internet or may be bullied at school. Inadequate nutrition, drugs and mid-life accidents are among the major concerns.In a recent study, more than 1,500 parents who had children under the age of 18 participated and found out that one third of them are most concerned with the harassment that can affect the health of a baby. Professionals are just calling attention to the earliest signs of anxiety and depression. " Dr. Gary Freed, Professor of Pediatrics, who leads the research.If this problem is overlooked, there is a great deal of concern about the adverse effects of lifestyle, inadequate diet, drug use and accidents. In addition, Internet safety is on the horizon, and many parents fear that inappropriate content may be in the hands of children.