The Violence Against Women Act, signed into law by President Clinton in 1994, has radically changed the way Americans think about sexual and domestic violence. But recent evidence suggests that VAWA has protected certain populations of Americans far better than others.
A new, large analysis of previous studies finds being in abusive relationships makes women and girls less likely to use contraception of all kinds.
In an experiment, scientists found a correlation between low blood glucose and higher levels of spousal frustration.
Only three percent of shelters nationwide can accommodate domestic animals, and many people refuse to leave them behind.
Doctors consider how to respond to the domestic abuse of female veterans.