Research on NFL Players’ Brains Might Help Survivors of Domestic Violence in Chicago

Posted on April 20, 2018

By: Alison Bowen CHICAGO, IL – LaTasha Unseld was nervous, but she wanted to read the 5,283 words she’d written. And she would not let  Continue Reading »

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Strangulation Cases Are Taken Seriously

Posted on April 13, 2018

By: The Daily Press ESCANABA, MI — Strangulation in intimate partner violence is nothing new, however, strangulation has more recently become recognized for the danger  Continue Reading »

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Kansas Organization Hosts Training Centered on New Strangulation Law

Posted on April 10, 2018

By: Katie Moore TOPEKA, KS – More than 130 people learned how to recognize signs of strangulation and advocate for victims during a training event  Continue Reading »

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The Disturbing Connection Between Mass Shootings and Domestic Violence

Posted on March 24, 2018

By: S. Wayne Carter Jr. WESTMINSTER, MD – Earlier this week, I have was having a conversation with a Carroll County woman who told me  Continue Reading »

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What Parents Need to Know About the Choking Game

Posted on March 21, 2018

By: Michelle Woo Some call it the “good kids’ high.” Children and teens are playing the so-called “choking game”—an activity in which they strangle themselves  Continue Reading »

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