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For young women in the armed forces to consider suicide – and act on it – is far more common than their civilian peers, a new analysis by Voice of San Diego finds.
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Drinking kills New Mexicans at a far higher rate than anywhere else in the nation, and the crisis is escalating.
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An average of more than five Marines per year died by suicide at Camp Pendleton. At least 20 took their lives in the barracks ­– and another four during training exercises.
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The suicide crisis among veterans has been well documented. But another dark phenomenon exists just beneath the surface in San Diego and across the country.
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Mental health experts assumed that people of all races had the same risk factors for self-harm. Emerging evidence suggests that is not the case.
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The Pinoleville Pomo Nation is making efforts to address the increase of suicide in communities across the county.
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Dana Ullman is reporting on health-related stories for The Mendocino Voice with support from the USC Annenberg Center for Health Journalism. This article was produced as a series for the 2021 Center for Health Journalism California Fellowship.
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The bill gained momentum as the pandemic put a spotlight on health care disparities and workforce shortages.
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Kids need help, frank talk, experts say.
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This story was produced as part of a larger project led by Jessica Seaman, a participant in the 2019 National Fellowship. Other stories in this series include: The Denver Post launches project to investigate teen suicides in Colorado — and we need your help Soup, sticky notes and other lies about su

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