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Nearly 36 % of People Living in Developing Countries Justify Domestic Violence

Thirty-six percent of people in developing countries believe domestic violence against women is just under certain special situations, finds a new study. The findings of this study are published in the PLOS ONE Journal. Using Demographic and Health Surveys conducted between 2005-2017, researchers at the University of Bristol analyzed data from 1.17 million men and… Read More »

Hospitals Can and Should Support Employees Who Are Victims of Domestic Violence: Here’s How

By PATRICK HORINE Every October we recognize Domestic Violence Awareness Month, an important opportunity to discuss this widespread social and public health problem and to take stock of what we can do better to protect victims of domestic abuse. Unfortunately, the data shows us that health care is often a dangerous profession that is also rife with domestic… Read More »