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Preventing suicide

March 15, 2010
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Matthew K. Nock is driven by one striking fact: More people die each year by suicide than by homicide or war. “We’re all more likely to die by our own hand than we are by somebody else’s,’’ said the associate professor of psychology at Harvard. Nock is trying to figure out who among the legions with depression is likely to ... (Full article: 549 words)

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