Tag Archives: Violence

Viewpoints: Are Lower Health Care Prices Going To Be Break The GOP Needs?; Progress After Parkland Isn’t Nearly Enough To Slow Gun Violence

Opinion writers weigh in on these and other health topics. The Wall Street Journal: Will Republicans Start Winning On Health Care?  Prices of health care products and services have been rising very slowly in the Trump era. Meanwhile the President’s opponents are embracing increasingly radical plans for the sector. The issue that enabled Democrats to… Read More »

Australians asked to watch for violence

Australians are being encouraged to take care of themselves and others this Christmas by watching their social media use and looking out for signs of domestic and family violence. Federal Labor MP Linda Burney said rates of domestic and family violence typically increased over Christmas with calls to a helpline last December spiking by 22… Read More »

Why Believing Sexual Violence Survivors Is Evidence-Based (and Important!)

Note: for the sake of this article, the terms “victim” and “survivor” will be used interchangeably, as individuals who experience sexual violence often feel a connection to one or both of these terms. Sexual violence — defined as any sexual act committed against someone without that individual’s freely-given consent — is a critical social problem;… Read More »