Many children and youth have violence-related medical visits at some time in their lives.
The researchers tested whether antisocial personalities are associated with similar structural and neural alterations as those observed in criminal psychopathy.
There was a decrease in hospital admissions for children younger than 5 years diagnosed with abusive head trauma during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The COVID-19 pandemic led to an exacerbation of pre-existing hardships and disparities in many vulnerable populations, including individuals affected by intimate partner violence. We interviewed experts in the field to learn more about this issue and how clinicians may best assist affected individuals.
Study researchers sought to investigate the link between a history of emotional, physical, and sexual abuse and the severity of sensory hypersensitivity symptoms in patients with migraine.
Compared with prepandemic period, increases seen in risk for firearm injuries in young children and injuries inflicted by young children
The key findings of this study are that adolescents planning a violent attack often engage in noticeable behaviors, and when someone reports these signs, a tragedy can be prevented.
While the relationship between early life abuse and behavioral problems in children is well-documented, the effects of abuse on adolescent development remain poorly understood.
Sexist and racial/ethnic microaggressions against female and minority surgeons and anesthesiologists are prevalent and linked to burnout.
Researchers studied the roles of intimate partner violence using data from the National Survey of American Life study of health of African American adults in the 48 contiguous states.