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Facebook updates feature for <strong>suicide</strong> prevention

Facebook updates feature for suicide prevention

26 Feb 2015

New York: Now you can more easily help save the lives of friends who might appear distressed, through a new updated Facebook feature.

Facebook,   suicide,   Facebook feature,   Facebook friends,   Facebook post,  
All you need to know about deadly 'Swine flu'

All you need to know about deadly 'Swine flu'

20 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Deadly disease 'swine flu' is back in the country claiming over 700 lives across India so far. Besides that more than 11,000 people were tested positive for the H1N1 virus.

swine flu,   swine flu facts,   swine flu death toll,   H1N1 virus,   swine flu symptoms,   swine flu prevention,   Swine Influenza,  
Poor air quality puts men at higher <strong>suicide</strong> risk

Poor air quality puts men at higher suicide risk

13 Feb 2015

New York: Even short-term exposure to air pollutants such as nitrogen dioxide and fine particulate matter may increase the risk for suicide, especially among men between 36 to 64 years of age, says a new study.

air,   suicide risk,   air pollution,   nitrogen dioxide ,  
Exercise lessens heart problems in the elderly: Study

Exercise lessens heart problems in the elderly: Study

19 Feb 2015

New York: Every minute of physical activity contributes to reducing risk of heart attack and coronary death in older adults with limited mobility, says a study.

Exercise,   heart problems,   physical activity,   coronary death,   heart attack,  
20 percent of suicides due to unemployment: Study

20 percent of suicides due to unemployment: Study

11 Feb 2015

London: Every year, unemployment drives around one in five suicides, says a study that included data from 63 countries between 2000 and 2011.

suicides,   unemployment,   suicide rates,   University of Zurich,  
New Facebook feature to manage user account after <strong>death</strong>

New Facebook feature to manage user account after death

16 Feb 2015

Washington: Facebook has rolled out a new feature which allows individuals to decide who controls their account after they die.Through their security settings, users can assign a "legacy contact," or steward, to manage their Facebook account.

Facebook feature,   Facebook,   security settings,   Facebook account,   University of California,  
Parental <strong>suicide</strong> attempt ups <strong>suicide</strong> risk in kids: Study

Parental suicide attempt ups suicide risk in kids: Study

31 Dec 2014

New York: A child is five times more likely to attempt suicide if he/she has a parent who has attempted suicide in the past, research has found.The researchers found a direct effect of a parent's suicide attempt on a child, even after they took into account a history of previous suicide attempt by the offspring and a familial transmission of mood disorder.

suicide,   kids,  behaviour,   Parents,  
 Men who live alone run greater risk of premature <strong>death</strong>: Study

Men who live alone run greater risk of premature death: Study

21 Jan 2015

London: Men who live alone have a considerably greater long-term risk of dying prematurely than other patients, finds a study that followed 1,090 stroke cases in western Sweden.

premature death,   Men,   live alone,   University of Gothenburg,   mortality,   western Sweden,  
Cocaine users more at <strong>suicide</strong> risk: Research

Cocaine users more at suicide risk: Research

17 Dec 2014

Montreal: People injecting drugs like cocaine are at a double-fold risk of developing suicidal behaviour, say researchers. By studying the substance's use among over 1,200 people who inject drugs, researchers from the University of Montreal, Canada, and its Hospital Research Centre (CHUM) found a definite link between substance abuse and suicide.

Cocaine,   Research,   Suicide risk,   CHUM,   Drugs,  Substance,  
20-minute daily walk cuts early <strong>death</strong> risk

20-minute daily walk cuts early death risk

15 Jan 2015

London: A brisk 20-minute walk each day is enough to reduce an individual's risk of early death, say British researchers. After analysing over 334,000 European men and women, they also found that twice as many deaths may be attributable to lack of physical activity compared with the number of deaths attributable to obesity.

daily walk,   morning walk,   death risk,   exercise,   EPIC,  

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