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Impact of domestic violence on women's mental health

(University of Montreal) In addition to their physical injuries, women who are victims of domestic violence are also at a greater risk of mental health problems such as depression and psychotic sympto...

A third of Indian women who experience violence during pregnancy have complications

Researchers have urged frontline health workers in India to identify and counsel pregnant women who are subjected to domestic violence to reduce maternal morbidity and mortality, after finding a... ...

Domestic violence coalitions can reduce intimate partner violence

(SAGE Publications) The Society for Public Health Education announces the publication of a Health Education & Behavior theme section devoted to the latest research on domestic violence prevention and ...

The Society for Women’s Health Research Announces “Beyond the Bruises” Campaign Highlighting the Effects of Domestic Violence on Chronic Disease

Washington (PRWEB) May 27, 2015 The Society for Women's Health Research (SWHR ®), a national non-profit and thought leader in research on sex differences in health and disease, today ann...

Bartell Drugs, Salvation Army team up to support domestic violence survivors

In support of survivors of domestic violence, Bartell Drugs has announced that it is accepting donations for The Salvation Army’s Domestic Violence Programs, now through May 23. read more

Men experiencing or perpetrating domestic violence have higher incidence of mental health problems

Men visiting their GP with symptoms of anxiety or depression are more likely to have experienced or carried out some form of behaviour linked to domestic violence and abuse, according to a new Univers...

Feeling disconnected contributes to women’s depression from domestic abuse

Women in abusive relationships feel depressed not only from the violence but from the loss of their sense of belonging, a new University of Michigan study finds. In a new […]

The Society for Women’s Health Research Announces “Beyond the Bruises” Campaign Highlighting the Effects of Domestic Violence on Chronic Disease

The Beyond the Bruises short film and resource center will launch an online campaign that unites survivors, advocates, organizations and celebrities in an unprecedented awareness movement. Washington ...

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Domestic and Marital Violence Among Three Ethnic Groups in Nigeria.

There is evidence that between half and two thirds of Nigerian women have experienced domestic violence, and that this is higher in some ethnic groups than others. Yet, studies that examine the ethnic...

Women's Perceptions and Experiences of Domestic Violence: An Observational Study From Hyderabad, Pakistan.

This community-based observational study of 1,325 women seen for antenatal care examined how women in Pakistan define violence against women (VAW), with an emphasis on domestic violence, what an accep...

Occurrence of Domestic Violence among Women and its Impact on Oral Health in Jodhpur City.

This study had a two objectives to determine the prevalence of domestic violence and to know the impact of the same on the oral health.

I-DECIDE: An Online Intervention Drawing on the Psychosocial Readiness Model for Women Experiencing Domestic Violence.

Domestic violence (DV) perpetrated by men against women is a pervasive global problem with significant physical and emotional consequences. Although some face-to-face interventions in health care sett...

Incidence and risk factors for intimate partner violence during the postpartum period.

OBJECTIVE To estimate the incidence and identify risk factors for intimate partner violence during postpartum. METHODS This prospective cohort study was conducted with women, aged between 18-49 years,...

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