New Study Shows Increase in Severity of Domestic Violence Injuries During Pandemic

A new study documents a higher incidence and severity of physical intimate partner violence (IPV) in the U.S. during the COVID-19 pandemic compared with the prior three years. “Our study … Read More

Men With Harmful Attitudes About Masculinity More Prone to Violence and Mental Illness

A new study has found that men who hold more harmful attitudes about masculinity — including beliefs about aggression and homophobia — also are more prone toward bullying, sexual harassment, … Read More

Domestic Abuse Combined with Abuse in Childhood Increase Trauma Symptoms in New Moms

A new study assessing the interaction of traumas from new and old relationships in women three to 18 months after the birth of their child — one of the most … Read More

Repeated Head Impacts Linked to Depression, Impaired Cognition Later in Life

In the largest study of its kind, a link has been found in living patients exposed to repetitive head impacts and difficulties with cognitive functioning and depression years or decades … Read More