Although some police agencies are experimenting with ways to be more responsive to rape victims, it is clear that there are no simple solutions.
If the defeat of terrorist groups means the destruction of childhood and the death of dreams across much of the world, what kind of victory will that be?
After 13 years covering the U.S. war on drugs in Colombia, an investigative reporter begins a new journey with his family—learning how to live with an invisible illness.
To have a better conversation about the problem, within college football and beyond, we need to examine how trauma affects the brain The Jameis Winston case works well for this To have a better conversation about the problem, within college football and beyond, we need examine how trauma affects the brain .
A cross-generational conversation with a Black Lives Matter founder and a trauma doctor, who is trying to redefine public health in terms of human wholeness, deals with the culture and society the movement is trying to create.
Based on a study that posits that the children of Holocaust survivors may inherit genes altered by their parents' trauma, Megan Collins' poem beautifully ponders how to live with the tragic fact that "blood remembers blood."
This could be the stuff of a scientific breakthrough: A research team out of Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City has published a study that points to the possibility that trauma sustained by one generation can actually be passed down, in a sense, to children and maybe even farther down the genetic chain.