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taking your own life

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a person who kills himself intentionally

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The type of body modification procedure individuals had undergone appeared to be related to their suicidality history.
The decision is significant and precedent setting because it is believed to be the first case in which a court has fully considered the legal issue of implied conflict preemption and rendered an opinion in a pediatric suicide case brought against an antidepressant manufacturer alleging a failure-to-warn of an increased risk of suicidality.
A review article about suicidality and antiepileptic drugs noted that the baseline suicide rate among patients with epilepsy is 5 times higher than that seen in the general population, and higher still (25-fold) in patients with temporal lobe epilepsy and complex partial seizures (Drug Saf.
Suicidality was also found to correlate with religious strain, and the fear and guilt subscale was the primary predictor, particularly when participants believed they had committed a sin too heinous to be forgiven.
Appendices treat assessment, identifying and reporting signs of abuse, assessing for suicidality, and mindfulness meditation.
HIV-infected individuals are at higher risk of suicidality than the general population in SA.
Among others, symptoms of depression, panic, aggression and suicidality have been associated with serotonergic dysfunction.
Girls were more likely than boys to experience suicidality, which researchers said could be related to the fact that men more often succeed at suicide, while women are more likely to survive an attempt.
Spiritual Well-Being, Cortisol, and Suicidality in Croatian War Veterans Suffering from PTSD
Both bullies and victims of bullying had elevated rates of agoraphobia, suicidality, panic disorder, and depression.
For those of you wanting to enhance your knowledge regarding suicidality a great resource can be found at sprcinfo@edu.
As a result, FDA recently released a guidance document on Suicidality Monitoring, which highlights the importance of proactively monitoring and identifying patients who exhibit these symptoms.
Most recently a paper emanating from the AMSP study, analysing suicidality as an adverse event associated with antidepressant use, was published, having reviewed data between 1993 and 2008, therefore emphasising the earlier intention of the study to be open ended and continuous.
The Self esteem survey used (Swahn & Behrens, 2005) has 10 items, and the Suicide Behavior Questionnaire, (Osman, 1999) has four items on different dimension of suicidality.
Third, little acknowledgment exists of the risk of probable increased suicidality with antidepressants.