Loneliness before, during and after coronavirus including young population. Is it an epidemic?

Updated 9/14/2021 Before addressing the continuous increase of loneliness in [...]

Upward suicide trend in the coronavirus pandemic. What are the groups that could be more affected?

"One in 4 young adults has struggled with suicidal thoughts [...]

LGBTQ youth mental health in coronavirus era: unprejudiced update

"Prudence demanded from a large part of the scientific community, [...]

U.S. physicians have one of the highest rates of suicide of any profession

For the third annual observance of National Physician Suicide Awareness [...]

Less suicide by handguns in adolescents in some States. Teen suicide prevention in the US has hopeful news

Teen suicide prevention in the US has hopeful news In [...]

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Mental Health Awareness Month. Last figures of suicide in the United States

Suicide continues to be a devastating public health problem in [...]

The confusing terminology created by language engineering “medically assisted dying” (MAD) when referring to euthanasia and assisted suicide

Along with the objective, medical and ethical problems posed by [...]

“Death by donation” bioethical approach

The December 2019 issue of Bioethics News includes a report [...]

The origin of suicidal trend could be in brain’s two specific areas

Around 1 million people die by suicide annually. Globally, suicide [...]

Suicide continues to be a devastating public health problem. After decades of prevention programs, it is still far from being controlled

Suicide is a devastating public health problem. However, current figures [...]