' Unprecedented' Rise in Suicide Rates Among Young Girls'Unprecedented' Rise in Suicide Rates Among Young Girls

Suicide rates among young girls have tripled over a 15-year period, results of a new study from the CDC show.Medscape Medical News
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Kids these days are the “cautious generation,” the evidence shows.
Source: NYT Health - Category: Consumer Health News Authors: Tags: Teenagers and Adolescence Drug Abuse and Traffic Euphoria (TV Program) Children and Childhood E-Cigarettes Suicides and Suicide Attempts Source Type: news
Publication date: Available online 21 June 2019Source: Pathology - Research and PracticeAuthor(s): Sziranyi Janina, Kaiser Stephanie, Wilhelmy Saskia, Gross DominikAbstractThis sociodemographic study focuses on the disenfranchisement, expulsion and persecution of pathologists in the Third Reich – a group that has, until now, received little systematic attention in scholarly research. The paper attempts to determine the number of pathologists who suffered persecution, the characteristics they shared, and the effects the repression had on their lives – both in the period from 1933 to 1945 and in the post-war peri...
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In this study, combined systems pharmacology strategy and RNA-Seq technology, we uncovered psychotherapeutic effects of LJF. In brief, LJF and its active ingredient luteolin can reversed depressive/anxiety-like behavior in rats exposed to chronic mild stress (CMS), restored abnormal gene expression changes and neurotransmission in the striatum of CMS rats, these effects were mediated through triggering the activation of the HTR2A/PLCγ/ERK/CREB pathway.Graphical abstractThe concrete implementation process of systems pharmacology approach in treating psychiatric disorder with LJF (Lonicerae Japonicae Flos) is described...
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Publication date: August 2019Source: Epilepsy &Behavior, Volume 97Author(s): Siqi Ding, Xueying Li, Yingjie Hua, Feirong Dong, Jiahe Lin, Yanru Du, Jingzan Shen, Niange Xia, Zhenguo Zhu, Xinshi Wang, Rongyuan Zheng, Huiqin XuAbstractObjectiveThe major cause of premature mortality in people with epilepsy (PWE) is suicide. Actual data on the risk of suicidal tendency in adult PWE in China are scarce. In our study, associations between possible risk factors and suicidal tendency in adult PWE in China were investigated.MethodsPeople with epilepsy (n = 251) were recruited, and their demographic and clinical characterist...
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Grab of cup of joe or your kick-back beverage of choice and dive into this week’s Psychology Around the Net which covers the psychology of screen time, the surprising connection between anxiety and boredom, how a happy spouse can help you live longer, and more. Enjoy! How to Get to Sleep: Lifehacker’s podcast, The Upgrade, is calling all “insomniacs, tossers, turners, blanket hogs, disco nappers, and snooze button pushers” for their recent episode “How to Get to Sleep,” during which they spoke with experts about — you guessed it — getting a good night’s sleep with the p...
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Euthanasia champion Sean Davison has pleaded guilty to three charges of assisted suicide in a South African court. He originally faced murder charges, but instead pleaded guilty to assisted suicide and was given an 8-year sentence, suspended for 5 year...
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BACKGROUND: Much of suicide research focuses on suicide attempt (SA) survivors. Given that more than half of the suicide decedent population dies on their first attempt, this means a significant proportion of the population that dies by suicide is overlook...
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OBJECTIVE: Efforts to predict nonsuicidal self-injury (NSSI; intentional self-injury enacted without suicidal intent) to date have resulted in near-chance accuracy. Incongruence between theoretical understanding of NSSI and the traditional statistical meth...
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You're reading How To Keep Your Job While Dealing With Depression, originally posted on Pick the Brain | Motivation and Self Improvement. If you're enjoying this, please visit our site for more inspirational articles. By Suzanne Jessee, Founder and CEO, Anew Era TMS We all need to keep our jobs, right? We have financial obligations, mouths to feed, and working for a living is how we make ends meet. When depression hits, our ability to function on the job can be impacted, even putting our livelihood at risk. So, how should someone battling depression manage the mood disorder while continuing at work? It may s...
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