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They suggest that by talking about mental ill-health and suicide carefully, people will be more aware that support is available and recovery achievable. They argue that community discussion will help remove stigma. Revised guidelines by the
It used to be rare for Memphis Crisis Center Director Mike LaBonte to hear volunteers trying to persuade callers not to commit suicide...Officials say the number of suicide calls has more than doubled and the number of high-risk calls is also rising.
Dutch mental health institutions last year Friday 08 November 2013 In total, 677 people committed suicide while living in mental health institutions last year, up from 539 five years ago, according to health ministry figures...The health ministry
Wichita police released more details about a man's death on Monday when he pulled over on Kellogg and jumped off the flyover. The 44-year-old man was driving west on Kellogg with his 33-year-old wife when he began talking about wanting to commit
A public safety officer at two Orange County campuses has lost one of his jobs after being accused of posting pro-Nazi and racist photos on social media. The Los Angeles Times reports (http://lat.ms/17Dbocc ) 31-year-old Carlos Vazquez was fired from
A Tucson man who pleaded guilty to manslaughter for helping a friend commit suicide has been sentenced to nine years in prison. Pima County prosecutors say 48-year-old Tyler Christopher Gunn also was ordered Monday to pay the victim's family nearly $
Support to stop the tragically high number of suicides among victims of clergy sexual abuse must be a key recommendation of a Victorian parliamentary inquiry, victims and advocates say. Clergy abuse survivor Stephen Woods says the deaths are a
North Carolina child safety advocates are worried about a recent increase in death among some tweens and middle-school children, particularly by suicide, homicide and poisoning. The state's Child Fatality Task Force received reports Monday based on
A 45-year-old Swedish man was sentenced to two years in prison Monday for sexually abusing teenage girls through the Internet, one of whom committed suicide. The man was sentenced on molestation, sexual abuse and sexual exploitation charges, the
He was on a well known hill in Dublin, around the corner from his childhood home, and had made his way to the wall overlooking a disussed quarry.