Alkoholpolitik und Volksgesundheit

Alcohol Increases Women’s Risk Of Intimate Partner Violence

Sonntag 31. Januar 2010 von htm

Alcohol increases the risk of violence in couples – especially violence both to and by the female partner. A new study of couples found that experienced intimate partner violence found 30.2 percent reported alcohol use before or during the event. Severe partner violence was more than twice as likely when the woman drank alcohol, said study co-author Raul Caetano, M.D. The likelihood of severe male-on-female violence tripled and the likelihood of severe female-on-male violence more than doubled when the woman drank. (Source: Medical News Today, 1/29/10)

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