Primary Care Physicians Can Help Abused Rural Women, Study

Aug 25, 2014 AM EDT Majority of primary care physicians in rural communities do not frequently diagnose women for intimate partner violence (IPV), according to a Penn State Medical and Public Health study.

Like Primates, Ravens Understand Relations between Self and Others, Study

May 07, 2014 AM EDT Similar to primates, ravens have also been found to build different kinds of social relationships – friends, kin, or partners, according to a University of Vienna study.

Women with Mental Illness Are Prone to More Partner Violence, study

Feb 03, 2014 AM EST Women, who are suffering from a serious mental illness, are nearly four times more likely to have been a victim of intimate partner violence than those without a disability, according to a Women's ...

Testosterone Levels Crucial to Attracting Potential Mates, Study

Jan 02, 2014 AM EST Testosterone levels play a crucial role in attracting potential female partners, according to a John Hopkins University study.

Top 10 Ways to Fight off Dementia, Sterling Study

Oct 15, 2013 AM EDT Ballroom grooving not only helps to revive the lost romance among couples but can also help them to potentially avoid suffering from Dementia, according to scientists from University of Sterling’s ...

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