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Thinking about suicide and self-harming alleviates stress, new meta-analysis confirms

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Nearly one-fifth of teens and young adults engage in self-injury, while just as many teens seriously consider attempting suicide. Both are considered a risk for suicidal behavior, but studies of why people harm themselves, or think about suicide, haven't been examined in a comprehensive way.
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Thinking about suicide and self-harming alleviates stress, new meta-analysis confirms

Nearly one-fifth of teens and young adults engage in self-injury, while just as many teens seriously consider attempting suicide. Both are considered a risk for suicidal behavior, but studies of why people harm themselves, or think about suicide, haven't been examined in a comprehensive way.

3 months ago
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New meta-analysis examines link between self-harm and stress

A new, University of Washington-led meta-analysis finds that people engage in self-injury and/or think about suicide to alleviate some types of stress; and that there is potential for therapy and...

3 months ago
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