Suicide is now one of the top 10 causes of death in the United States, and its incidence is growing. Find out what may be behind this disturbing trend and how you can help.
Materials depicting suicide can be a dangerous influence to a vulnerable teen who is hurting, but can also provide a teaching moment for parents.
Knowing how to support your loved one and when to get professional help for mental health issues, such as anxiety or depression, can save a life. Find out what symptoms to watch for.
Suicide is the No. 2 cause of death among U.S. adolescents. A new study aims to sharpen prevention efforts. Discover the size of the problem and how science is taking it on.
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Children with well-controlled seizures and no other serious medical conditions have no greater risk of dying than anyone else. But for children with more severe epilepsy or other health challenges, the risk — although still low — is somewhat increased.