These 5 things may cause domestic violence

They found food insufficiency, impulsivity, and adverse childhood experiences were related to domestic violence among men and women.

In addition, having a partner who was a problem drinker was linked to male domestic violence’ and marijuana use was linked to female domestic violence.

The research was conducted by a team from the Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation.

Intimate partner violence (IPV) is commonly known as domestic violence.

It is long associated with drinking and is a significant public health problem.

In the study, the team examined connections between domestic violence and alcohol drinking.

They found that that the contributing factors were more complicated than previously thought.

Food insufficiency, impulsivity, adverse childhood experiences, drinking problems, and marijuana use can all contribute to domestic violence.

The researchers say that reducing spouse/partner problem drinking and eliminating food insufficiency may help reduce domestic violence.

In addition, prevention of abusing childhood experiences may reduce future health and behavioral problems and should be a public health priority.

The lead author of the study is Carol B. Cunradi, a senior research scientist.

The study was presented at the 42nd annual scientific meeting of the Research Society on Alcoholism (RSA) in Minneapolis.

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