A two-year community-based study will experiment with different kinds of light sources to identify bruising on different types of skin tones before it's visible to the eye.

A team of University of Rochester researchers is working on a way to stop domestic violence early.

A two-year community-based study will experiment with different kinds of light sources to identify bruising on different types of skin tones before it's visible to the eye.

Researchers have received a $200,000 grant to carry it out.