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As the camera rolled, he crawled under the bed where he typed: '#imdead #omgimonfire' and 'I'm f*ck3d'. The troubling video, still available online, shows firefighters pulling him out of the smokey room. A number of viewers disturbingly encouraged '
Around 10-15 per cent of new mothers suffer from post-natal depression, but help is out there (file pic) Feeling 'low' after having a baby, also known as the 'baby blues', is so common it is considered normal, but 10-15 per cent of mothers go on to
After years of listening to parishioners with problems, Chad Varah, an Anglican priest, realised there was a need to cast a safety net beyond the walls of his church and religion. He installed an old Bakelite telephone in the crypt of St Stephen
Internet chatrooms can help those in distress, says study The negative influence of the internet has received widespread coverage this year Internet forums and chatrooms can have positive effects that should be more widely acknowledged, experts say.
Sam Ryan's suicide was the first in a string of such deaths in the Wairarapa. A Wairarapa mother whose son killed himself is applauding updated resources for schools as a first step to talking about the issue that plagues Kiwi teenagers. About 40 to
But in Tennessee at least for now it's easier to become licensed to carry a handgun than it is to help poor people sign up for health care coverage. Tennessee recently adopted an emergency rule declaring that anyone who could be described as an
Last week, some of those same volunteers met again, this time to celebrate. With the aid of the United Way of Tri-County, they have regrouped to form Call2Talk, which will operate a new call center in Framingham. Volunteers are already trained, and
Suggested Topics One in four men who rang the Samaritans talked about their feelings of loneliness or isolation, the emergency counselling service disclosed last night. Almost as many cited relationship problems as their reason for calling the
A coroner has called for urgent attention to support systems and communication for people with depression. In findings released today of Tauranga man Brad Milne's suicide in 2011, coroner Wallace Bain said it highlighted the need for proper support
The two Good Samaritans who accidentally caused the death of snatch theft victim Shahrinawati Abu Bakar received unlikely support from most netizens on Facebook and Twitter, who backed their good intentions while regretting the tragic outcome.