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2-6-2013 Letting Kids Drink Wine
– Vitals Blog
In my Italian family, wine was always part of the Sunday dinner. For adults. For kids. My grandmother used to sneak it into our soda. We didn’t like it, but she claimed it was good for the blood. Turns out that she was right.
9-19-2012 Many Parents Believe that Letting Young Children Taste Alcohol Discourages Later Use, Study Finds
One in four mothers believe that letting young children taste alcohol may discourage them from drinking in adolescence and 40 percent believe that not allowing children to taste alcohol will only make it more appealing, according to a new study by RTI International and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
9-6-2012 Study Finds Public Health Messages Encourage Fathers to Speak with Their Children about Sex
Public health messages may help encourage fathers to have more conversations with their children about waiting to become sexually active, according to researchers at RTI International and George Washington University.
5-21-2012 Study: Workplace Violence Prevention Programs Fail to Address Abusers
– Security Magazine
Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs) might be a standard benefit at most large companies, but a new study from the Johns Hopkins Center for Injury Research and Policy and RTI International found that EAPs often fail to identify individuals who either abuse or have the potential to abuse their intimate partner.
4-18-2012 Many Employee Assistance Programs Lack a Comprehensive Approach to Addressing Intimate Partner Violence
A new study by researchers at RTI International and the Johns Hopkins Center for Injury Research and Policy finds employee assistance programs are failing to identify individuals who abuse or have the potential to abuse their intimate partner, despite well-known risk factors for intimate partner violence perpetration.
4-17-2012 Many Employee Assistance Programs Lack a Comprehensive Approach to Addressing Intimate Partner Violence
– Health Canal
A new study by researchers at the Johns Hopkins Center for Injury Research and Policy and RTI International finds employee assistance programs (EAPs), a standard benefit offered to employees at most large companies, are failing to identify individuals who abuse or have the potential to abuse their intimate partner, despite well-known risk factors for intimate partner violence perpetration.
2-27-2012 Study Highlights How Intimate Partner Violence Impacts Co-Parenting
New research from RTI International and Pennsylvania State University and published in the Journal of Family Issues finds that violence between a couple before a child's birth impedes their ability to co-parent well.
2-2-2012 Violent Relationships Likely Detrimental to Good Parenting
– Health News Digest
Couples who are married or living together will probably have more trouble parenting as a team if they have been violent toward one another during pregnancy, according to a team of psychologists.