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Men Too May Suffer from Domestic Violence

Nearly three in 10 men have experienced violence at the hands of an intimate partner during their lifetimes, according to one of the few studies to look(51)domestic violence and health among men.

"Many men actually do experience domestic violence, although we don't hear about it(52)," Dr. Robert J. Reid of the University of Washington in Seattle, one of the study's authors, told Reuters Health. "They often don't tell(53)we don't ask. We want to get the message out to men who(54)experience domestic violence that they are not alone and there are resources available to(55)."

The researchers asked study participants about physical abuse and non-physical(56)such as threats that made them(57)for their safety, controlling behavior. (for example, being told who they could associate with and where they could go), and constant name-calling.

Among men 18 to 54 years old, 14.2 percent said they had experienced intimate partner(58)in the past five years, while 6.1 percent reported domestic violence in the previous year.

Rates were lower for men 55 and(59), with 5.3 percent reporting violence in the past five years and 2.4 percent having experienced it in the past 12 months.

Overall, 30. 5 percent of men younger than 55 and 26.5 percent of older men said they had been victims of(60)violence at some point in their lives. About half of the violence the men(61)was physical.

However, the physical violence men reported wasn't as harsh as(62)suffered by women in a previous study; 20 percent to 40 percent of the men rated it as severe, compared to 61 percent of(63).

Men who reported experiencing domestic violence had more emotional and mental health problems(64)those who had not, especially older men, the(65)found.

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