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US Air Force suicides surged last year to highest in three decades
Suicides in the US active-duty Air Force surged last year to the highest total in at least three decades, even as the other military services saw their numbers stabilize or decline, according to officials and unpublished preliminary data.
Japanese suicides decline to lowest in over 40 years
Suicides in Japan in 2019 fell to their lowest number in more than 40 years, police said on Friday, marking the 10th straight year of declines.
Suicides linked to acne drug in UK as regulator reopens inquiry
Ten suicides this year have been linked to a powerful acne drug as the UK’s medicines regulator reopens an inquiry into it after being contacted by patients.
France Telecom goes on trial over wave of suicides
A decade after a wave of suicides at France Telecom in which 35 employees took their own lives, the telecoms giant and its former CEO went on trial Monday for ‘moral harassment’.
Helping, listening, caring: Japanese prefecture leads dramatic decrease in suicides
Taeko Watanabe awoke one cold March night and found a trail of blood in the hallway, a bloody cleaver on her son Yuki’s bed and no trace of him in the house. Then police discovered a suicide note in his bedroom.
Rise in prison suicides in UK prompts calls to tackle overcrowding
The number of suicides among prisoners in the UK this year has already exceeded 2017’s death toll, prompting penal reform campaigners to renew calls for urgent action to tackle overcrowding.
Survey: Japan's youth suicides hit 30-year high
Suicides by Japanese youth reached a 30-year-high, the the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology said on Monday, even as overall suicide numbers have steadily declined over the past 15 years.
One in 20 suicides may be triggered by a brain injury
One in 20 suicides could be triggered by damage to the brain causes by road traffic accidents, assaults or falls, scientists have found.
Elderly suicides in Singapore rose to all-time high in 2017
Suicides among the elderly in Singapore rose to an all-time high last year, even though the overall number of suicides fell to its lowest in five years.
US drug-overdose suicides may be going undetected: Study
Deaths by drug overdose are more likely to be classified as accidental or of undetermined cause, compared to deaths by gunshot or hanging, say US researchers who conclude that drug suicides may be underestimated.
Possible link found between suicides, electronics
Researchers studying a spike in teen suicides in Utah, a state in the western US, found that 18 of the 150 youngsters who took their own lives in a five-year period had recently lost privileges to use their electronic devices such as phones, tablets and gaming systems, according to a US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report made public.
Commuters in UK urged to help stop suicides through small talk
Commuters are being urged to step in if they see vulnerable people near railway tracks, as part of a campaign to prevent suicide.
Suicides of 60,000 Indian farmers  linked to climate change
Climate change may have contributed to the suicides of nearly 60,000 Indian farmers and farm workers over the past three decades, according to new research that examines the toll rising temperatures are already taking on vulnerable societies.
Firearm restrictions not enough to prevent suicides
Restricting access to firearms just for people with known mental health or substance abuse problems and those who previously tried to kill themselves won’t prevent many suicide deaths, US researchers said.
Recessions linked to suicides and mental health problems
Economic recessions and policies of austerity have been linked with a rising number of suicides and mental health problems after a major review of scientific studies carried out mostly in Spain and Greece.

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