February 1, 2003
were about half as likely to attempt suicide or to feel suicidal, a new study shows.
By Kathryn Doyle (Reuters Health) - Suicide rates have fallen among youngwhite children in the U.S
In the U. S. it causes 20,000 deaths a year, 10 times as many as those due to poliomyelitis. Its psychological and social factors are studied in the hope it can be prevented
March 5 (Reuters) - Young Americans are increasingly usingsuffocation and hanging to commit suicide, according togovernment data released on Thursday.
Young Americans are increasingly usingsuffocation and hanging to commit suicide, according togovernment data released on Thursday.
Biochemistry offers some new clues
By Andrew M. Seaman (Reuters Health) - The children of people who attempted suicide, regardless
The recent tragedy of Robin Williams's suicide—and the ensuing media storm—raised
for suicide. Though suicide is the most preventable kind of death with an average of 3,000 people dying
Wanting to die is not enough to trigger suicide. To end their own lives, humans need the guts and the means to carry out their plans
The recent suicide of Sylvia Plath's son, Nicholas Hughes, makes us question whether suicidal
By Megan Brooks NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Certain behavior patterns oftenprecede suicide
By Andrew M. Seaman (Reuters Health) - The gap in suicide risk between youngpeople in rural U.S.