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This deviation represents an adherence by Rosie to the Duluth Model, a theory which states that domestic violence is committed by men for the purpose of power and control over women.
by Percival Blake - 1/10/2015 - 21 comments
People could save electricity by housework in which they bent their knees, stretched their arms, strengthened their arm muscles, tuned up their wrists, and reduced their waistline.
by Valerie Yule - 18/09/2015 - 2 comments
A study of eight countries concludes there's a strong correlation between obesity and the size of supermarkets. The authors suggest large supermarkets emphasise quantity over quality.
by Alan Davies - 16/09/2015 - 6 comments
Yet two-in-five stroke patients continue to be treated on general wards, which appears to be a result of hospitals lacking bed space.
by Kelvin Hill - 15/09/2015
What it throws doubt on is the claim that the walking inherent in public transport delivers important health benefits across the whole community.
by Alan Davies - 9/09/2015 - 2 comments
Even taking account of this increased preference for methamphetamine in the form of Ice, only about 1% of the population used it in the past 12 months.
Even sex between consensual partners in traditionally sanctioned relationships can come at an unacceptably high social cost.
by Michael Keane - 2/09/2015 - 43 comments
Muller consistently mixes up
by Noel Wauchope - 27/08/2015 - 23 comments
And there seems to be a wide expectation that somehow all of this should be free. We could of course legislate so that it was all free, to everyone. We would then have long queues.
by Don Aitkin - 25/08/2015 - 14 comments
An abortion provider has usually never seen the woman before and in fact some women don't believe they even saw the doctor at all.
by Debbie Garratt - 24/08/2015 - 8 comments
Trauma is not primarily imprinted on people's consciousness but instead becomes deeply embedded in people's sensate experiences.
by Annabel McGoldrick - 10/08/2015 - 3 comments
'Make Healthy Normal' is a step in the right direction, but won't make much of a dint on the obesity problem, whose roots lie much deeper.
by Amy Bonnefin - 29/07/2015 - 20 comments


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