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Women who are infected with the common cat parasite Toxoplasma gondii may be more vulnerable to suicide, a new study finds, adding to the evidence that T. gondii or Toxo, as the bug is known, may cause subtle changes in the human …
It will take an autopsy to learn if the latest NFL suicide was a result of game-related brain damage.
The psychological toll of a devastating cancer diagnosis may kill patients before their disease does.
Almost 40% of kids attempting suicide make their first try in middle or even elementary school, according to research that suggests that kids who think they want to kill themselves are considering it long before previously assumed.
Young women who came of age in the late 1960s and ’70s, when many states had lowered their legal drinking ages to under 21, remained at higher risk of suicide and homicide into adulthood, a new study finds.
More than 8 million Americans thought seriously about suicide in the previous year, according to a new government survey. More adults who considered suicide lived in the Midwest and West than in other parts of the country.
A spate of suicides involving gay teens last fall reignited concern among youth activists and health experts over the disproportionately high rate of suicide among gay American teens. Now, a survey of high-school students in …
(Updated) On Tuesday night, after an argument at home, a mother in the industrial town of Newburgh, N.Y., drove herself and her four children into the Hudson River, off a boat ramp several blocks from her home. Her eldest son …