Global financial crises and the severe economic hardships they impose on millions of people worldwide can sometimes lead to violent and fatal outcomes, according to a new study from the University of Maine. The research, ...
Not many people in the United States can identify that their occupation includes "an element of personal danger."
A smartphone app to assist people with bipolar disorder, conceived by Cornell researchers, has won the prestigious $100,000 Heritage Open mHealth Challenge.
Medical examiners and appointed coroners are less likely to underreport suicides than are elected coroners, that's according to a new study from Temple University.
The happiest countries and happiest U.S. states tend to have the highest suicide rates, according to research from the UKs University of Warwick, Hamilton College in New York and the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.
(PhysOrg.com) -- A family sociologist at the University at Buffalo says this month's murder-suicides involving a family of four in Ohio and a family of five in California may be "just the tip of the iceberg."