The fear of losing-nonsuicidal self-injury as a protective mechanism in eating disorders - Sagiv E, Hadlaczky G, Sheetrit N, Gur E, Horesh N, Gvion Y.

This study examined the moderating role of loss aversion (LA) on the relationship between impulsivity, nonsuicidal self-injury (NSSI), suicidal attempts, and ideations among Eating Disorder (ED) patients. Methods: Data was collect...
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In January, 2019, seven Aboriginal children died by suicide in Australia. By March, at least 24 young Aboriginal people were reported to have taken their lives, including three children younger than 12 years. 1 Despite Australia's wealth, the health st...
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Background: About 84% of the agriculture, fishing, and forestry occupational sector is comprised of farmers. This sector is at high risk for suicide in the United States. Recent disasters and trade upheavals may make farmers and their families more vulnera...
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PURPOSE OF REVIEW: Bipolar disorder has the highest rate of suicide of all psychiatric conditions and is approximately 20-30 times that of the general population. The purpose of this review is to discuss findings relevant to bipolar disorder and suicide. R...
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PURPOSE OF REVIEW: To review and discuss recent advances in evidence-based interventions (EBIs) for youth suicide risk. RECENT FINDINGS: There is a growing body of research on the effectiveness of interventions targeting suicidal ideation and behavior amon...
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OBJECTIVES: To determine the incidence, risk, and timing of mortality (unnatural and natural causes) among youth seen in a pediatric emergency department (ED) for mental health concerns, compared with matched non-mental health ED controls.METHODS: ...
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There was nothing quite like the slang used in the early days of the space program. Saying something was “OK” would not do when you could say “A-OK” instead. Saying, “Let’s get moving,” when you’ve been sealed in your spacecraft for hours waiting to launch while Mission Control sorts out technical glitches, was weak tea compared to the “Light this candle!” as an exasperated Al Shepard barked in 1961. And then, too, there was “screw the pooch.” A cleaned-up version of a decidedly coarser term, it meant, in the pilot’s argot, to crash your jet or l...
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[Dalsan Radio] Members of the Turkey's National Medical Rescue Team departed for Somalia's capital Tuesday to bring those wounded in a suicide car bombing over the weekend back to Turkey.
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As a cause of excess mortality, socioeconomic disadvantage rivals smoking, hypertension, cancer, and cardiovascular disease. At age 40 years, the poorest US women can expect to die about a decade sooner than the richest; for men the gap is 15 years. Socioeconomic inequalities are so pervasive that it is easy to assume they are immutable. Historical evidence demonstrates that tremendous progress toward narrowing inequalities is possible. Unfortunately, recent trends in the United States indicate that it is also possible to exacerbate inequalities: gaps in adult life expectancy have grown ever-larger since the 1980s. Decline...
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