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The pandemic has brought into sharp focus what has been called the shadow pandemic: the staggering rise of domestic violence incidents across the world.
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Schools across Ohio and Kentucky are now teaching violence prevention courses in high school and social-emotional learning in grade school.
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A Cincinnati domestic violence survivor credits her life to a partnership between Cincinnati Police and a local nonprofit that bought her assistance.
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To examine the intergenerational legacy of domestic violence, The Enquirer focused on one month's criminal court docket in Hamilton County for the crime then built a database of family histories.
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An Enquirer analysis shows one in four perpetrators and victims of domestic violence had a family history of it.
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A landmark study from 1995-1997 study found 10 umbrella events that most often cause trauma in childhood.
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"I am often asked why public health should care about the role of the court and who sits on it. The answer is simple: Court rulings can support or overturn policies that dramatically affect the public’s health."
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Despite Wendy Davis' filibuster, Texas lawmakers passed strict new abortion regulations in 2013. Here's what one reporter on the front lines learned from covering the changing landscape of women’s health and abortion in the Lone Star State.

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A state Senate Health and Human Services Committee hearing Thursday will assess Texas’ efforts to expand access to women’s health services across the state. But abortion rights advocates say an essential issue has been left off the agenda — the impact of strict abortion regulations passed last year.

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After Planned Parenthood was dropped from the Texas Women's Health Program, the state sought physicians to fill the gap. But physician groups generally don't receive additional government funding to help low-income women access services not expressly covered by the program.

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