Many women want to answer questions addressing Intimate Partner Violence, so the potential negative effects of asking about IPV seem exaggerated.
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Drugs in the family, a new report for the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, exposes the devastating impact that an individual's heroin or crack cocaine habit often has on other family members.
When compared to seatbelt users, Wisconsin motorists who didn't use seatbelts were more likely to suffer severe injuries and require hospitalization.
Birth order really doesn't have an effect on intelligence.
Based on data obtained from one of the largest family sets of its kind, Yale School of Medicine researchers have identified a genetic linkage for dependence on drugs.
Readjustment and reintegration are outlined in a new book titled "Courage After Fire," which is designed to help returning Iraq and Afghanistan veterans, their families and the people who care for them, including employers, clergy and community members.
In risky families, a child's genetic predispositions may be exacerbated by the family environment, and this combination can lead to the faster development of health problems.
The risk of spouse's death is greater with certain diagnoses, such as dementia, stroke, and hip fracture.
A Neuroscientist has found that women under stress who hold their husbands' hands show signs of immediate relief, which can clearly be seen on their brain scans.
This Valentine's Day, experts at Arkansas Children's Hospital offer great exercise and nutrition tips for families who want to lead heart healthy lives.
Hazards in the home can cause physical illness, compromise growth and development and lower school performance in children.
The Government's Respect Action Plan proposes a national network of projects providing help and support for families, but those who don't improve or take responsibility for their children's behaviour.
LIHEAP helps millions of America's most needy families maintain a healthy temperature in their homes.
With home heating costs expected to soar this winter, millions of families will be dialing down their heat to save money. For the elderly, it could bring serious health implications, including hypothermia.
Finding the perfect Christmas tree can bring joy to one's world, but check the tree thoroughly before buying and take special care of it after it goes home.
Before you enjoy your hot chocolate in front of the fireplace this year, take a few easy precautions to keep you and your family safe during the winter months.