With his kind heart and gentle humor, fashion consultant Tim Gunn has won the hearts of Americans. A passionate advocate for ending domestic violence, Gunn pulls no punches when it comes to this issue.
Poet, memoirist and activist Maya Angelou has forged a life of extraordinary courage. Today, her message remains as true and timeless as ever.
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer/Questioning (LBGTQ) adolescents face great adversity and challenges to their development at a crucial point in their lives.
While all phases of prevention are essential to effectiveness, the time has come to prioritize the advancement of primary prevention research, practice, and implementation.
Breaking the silence for the unseen and unheard victims of violence: children.
Fitness Improvement Training, or FIT Zones, are effectively reducing crime by creating a sense of trust and community between residents and local law enforcement.
It’s not all sunshine and beaches in The Golden State.
It can be difficult to predict that a partner is likely to become abusive, but there are some red flags that signal impending abuse.
Domestic violence is especially prevalent among Hispanic and African American communities, even though it's often perceived as a white issue.
Domestic abuse comes in many forms and leaves its victims feeling unsafe and vulnerable in their own homes. Fortunately, there are programs in place that are opening doors for these men and women who are victimized by their significant others.
Violence can be prevented— but it requires a comprehensive approach.
Four experts shed light on violence in all its forms and discuss what can be done to prevent it, not only a microlevel but also on a macrolevel.
Violence is preventable. Science and experience have taught us why it happens and what to do about it. The massive burden that violence imposes on the health of this nation makes this a public health crisis, although one that can be prevented.