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Now what should I do? Primary care physicians’ responses to older adults expressing thoughts of suicide.Vannoy, S., Tai-Seale, M., Duberstein, P., Eaton, L., & Cook, M. (2011). Journal of ... read more »
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More people currently die of suicide than in car accidents, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The suicide rate rose sharply among Americans between 35 and 64, jumping by about 50 percent for men in their 50s and women in their early 60s. Some experts suspect financial woes and abuse of painkillers may be contributing to the increase in suicides among Baby Boomers. Listen to the KQED Broadcast