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Job loss ups <strong>suicide</strong> risk among teenagers

Job loss ups suicide risk among teenagers

15 Aug 2014

New York: Mass layoffs can push some teenagers, especially girls, towards suicide and other suicide-related behaviour, says an alarming study.

teenagers,   suicide-related behavior,   Sanford School of Public Policy,   ,  
Bad sleep may increase <strong>suicide</strong> risk in older adults

Bad sleep may increase suicide risk in older adults

14 Aug 2014

Washington: Older adults who complain of poor sleep quality, independent of a depressed mood, are at increased risk for suicide, say a study.

Bad sleep,   suicide risk,   older adults,   sleep quality,   depressed mood,   ,  
High sodium diets kill 1.6 mn people a year globally

High sodium diets kill 1.6 mn people a year globally

14 Aug 2014

Washington: In a global analysis spanning across 187 countries, researchers have found that more than 1.6 million cardiovascular-related deaths per year are owing to high sodium consumption above the World Health Organisation's (WHO) recommendation of two gram (2,000mg) per day.

High sodium,   WHO,   cardiovascular,   death,   Washington,  
Simple blood test may even predict <strong>suicide</strong>

Simple blood test may even predict suicide

30 Jul 2014

Washington: A simple blood test can soon reliably predict a person's risk of attempting suicide, significant research reveals. This may be possible because researchers at Johns Hopkins University have discovered a chemical alteration in a single human gene linked to stress reactions.

blood test,   risk of attempting suicide,   human gene,   stress reactions,   suicide attempts,  
Five daily portions of fruit, vegetables lower <strong>death</strong> risk

Five daily portions of fruit, vegetables lower death risk

30 Jul 2014

New York: To live your life disease free, add a substantial amount of fruits and vegetables in your diet at least five portions. According to a new study, higher consumption of fruits and vegetables is associated with a lower risk of mortality from all causes, particularly from cardiovascular diseases.

fruit,   vegetables,   death risk,   cardiovascular diseases,   risk of death,   Community Health,  
Chinese woman attempts <strong>suicide</strong> as husband rejects dancing

Chinese woman attempts suicide as husband rejects dancing

12 Jul 2014

Beijing: A Chinese woman tried to kill herself after her husband turned down her invitation to a group square dance. The 53-year-old woman underwent emergency treatment after she consumed insecticide mixed with alcohol, says the report.

Chinese woman suicide,   husband rejects dancing,   group square dance,   suicide,   Chinese woman,   ,  
Watching too much TV may increase risk of early <strong>death</strong>: Study

Watching too much TV may increase risk of early death: Study

26 Jun 2014

Washington: The adults, who watch TV three hours or more a day, may double their risk of premature death from any cause, a new study has warned.

Watching TV,   risk of early death,   watching too much TV,   premature death from watching TV,   ,  
Childhood nightmares may lead to <strong>suicide</strong>: Study

Childhood nightmares may lead to suicide: Study

05 May 2014

Toronto: Children who are bullied suffer in silence and the trauma may lead to anxiety, depression, psychotic episodes and even suicide, an alarming study has indicated.

Childhood nightmares,   silence,   trauma ,   sleep disturbances,   bullied,   Suzet Tanya Lereya,   University of Warwick,   ,  
Texting while driving increasing <strong>death</strong> <strong>toll</strong> on the roads

Texting while driving increasing death toll on the roads

24 Jun 2013

A new survey has found that trivial text messages sent or read by drivers at the wheel have claimed the lives of many on the roads and left many more injured.

Texting while driving,   driving,   texting on phone,   accidents while texting,   messages read by drivers,  
Low vitamin D may double premature <strong>death</strong> risk

Low vitamin D may double premature death risk

14 Jun 2014

Washington: Exposing your skin to the Sun may help you live long as people with lower blood levels of vitamin D are twice as likely to die prematurely as compared to people with higher blood levels of vitamin D, research suggests.

Low vitamin D,   premature death risk,   low blood level,   vitamin D,   bone diseases,  

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