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EU finds 'morning after pills' work, regardless of a woman's weight
While some clinical studies suggested a reduced effectiveness in women with high bodyweight, others found no such connection and the agency decided there was not enough evidence to conclude with any certainty that there was a risk.
Why were so many sexual assault kits not tested in Detroit?
Interview with Dr. Rebecca Campbell, Ph.D., Michigan State University Watch Rebecca Campbell discuss the five primary reasons that Detroit developed a large number of sexual assault kits that were not submitted to the crime lab for DNA-testing. Dr. Campbell also talks about how these “risk factors” could apply to other jurisdictions.
OJJDP bulletin examines suicidal thoughts and behaviors among detained youth
This bulletin summarizes the study’s methods, findings, and implications of suicidal thoughts and behaviors among detained youth ages 10–18.
Delayed retirement has slowed predicted nursing shortage
The Clinical Advisor
The economic recession and the influx of new nursing students has slowed the predicted nursing shortage in the United States.
Prevent Child Abuse expands its efforts
This spring, Prevent Child Abuse Rowan received a $25,000 grant from the Woodson Foundation for a part-time in-house therapist, updated therapy room and supplies, and a $20,000 grant from the Robertson Family Foundation to fund a part-time prevention and education coordinator.
Sexual assault expert says UT case is unusual
Two UT football players are accused of sexually assaulting a woman in an on-campus dorm room. Kendall Sanders and Montrel Meander are both charged with sexual assault. Sanders is also charged with improper photography.
More military sex assault reports a positive sign?
Far from being discouraged by the rising numbers, Marks says he is heartened. It shows more service members are coming forward to seek help and find justice, he said.
No Country For Young Women
Among the many horrors that the Central American refugee children are fleeing, Mónica Ramírez and Anne Ream focus on the epidemic of sexual violence, which is often ignored, or even committed, by the police.
Forensic lab in South Korea says it fails to find out how owner of disaster ferry died
The forensic service said that it has conducted additional tests on Yoo's body but couldn't discover the exact cause of his death because the body was decayed too much.
In Brooklyn Bridge flag caper, NYPD does forensic tests to find culprits
NYPD investigators were doing forensic tests — including those for possible DNA evidence — of the two white flags placed atop the Brooklyn Bridge earlier this week as efforts continued to find those responsible for the caper, law enforcement officials said.
460 expat bodies sent home in three months
The mummification team is assisted by a body cleaner, depending on the gender of the deceased, he said.
Majority of sexual assault victims in Tamil Nadu are minor girls'
80 percent of the crimes were reported from villages, around 15 percent from urban locations.
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