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A University of Iowa study found that when a friend of a friend attempts suicide, at-risk teens are more likely to seriously consider doing so. But at-risk teens are less likely to be suicidal if they hold summer jobs.
Adolescent girls who view themselves as too fat may display more suicidal behaviors than those who are actually overweight, according to a study by Inas Rashad, an assistant professor of economics at Georgia State University.
Researchers reported Tuesday that suicide rates appear to be increasing, with middle-aged white women becoming a rising factor.
By Tim Puko A higher-than-expected rate of youth suicides might be part of an emerging, nationwide health crisis, according to research co- authored by a Carnegie Mellon University professor released today.
In an annual report released on Tuesday, researchers found that suicides among young Americans were on the rise.
By LINDSEY TANNER By Lindsey Tanner The Associated Press CHICAGO The number of teen suicides has fallen slightly but the rate remains disturbingly high, researchers said, possibly fueled by drug warnings that have scared many from using antidepressants.
By Dave Marcus and Christine Armario, Newsday, Melville, N.Y. Jun. 24--With school ending, students ease into the lazy-hazy rhythms of summer. But it's also a time of heightened danger that can end in the glaring lights of hospital emergency rooms -- or worse.
HIGHLANDS RANCH, Colo., Dec. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Highlands Behavioral Health Hospital has announced the expansion of its treatment services to include a detox program.
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