Toe tapping. Foot jiggling. Leg shaking. If those movements describe your activity as you sit at your desk all day, congratulation. You may be fidgeting your way to a longer life. 391 more words
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AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) – A leading cancer researcher in Colorado wants the U.S. surgeon general to declare indoor tanning causes skin cancer. He believes officially announcing the connection could save lives. 213 more words
Researchers say the Great Recession after the last Bush presidency is largely to blame for rising suicide rates. But even with the economic crisis behind, the number of middle aged people taking their own lives is still shocking. 459 more words
Screening Youth for Suicide Risk in Medical Settings: Time to Ask Questions (PDF)
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This paper focuses on the National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention’s Research Prioritization Task Force’s Aspirational Goal 2 (screening for suicide risk) as it pertains specifically to children, adolescents, and young adults.
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A new study in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine finds that many smokers still find accurate and detailed facts about the dangers of tobacco both new and motivating in terms of their desire to quit.