- Bariatric surgery patients had twice the number of self-harm emergencies as the general population before surgery and a 50 percent increase following: study.
- New research from Oxford University suggests goths might be at an increased risk for depression and even self-harm.
- Researchers find self-harming habits are four times greater among teenagers who can't sleep.
- "If you feel physical pain, you have something to actually hurt for."
- Chatroom use among vulnerable young people could be causing more harm than good.
Dogs Left Alone Display Self-Harm and Incontinence: What You Need To Know About Your Pet's Mental HealthDogs with working owners exhibit intense psychological trauma during periods of solitude, a new documentary finds. Fortunately, therapeutic strategies are available.
- A potential suicide attempt took place Thursday at Rockefeller Center, as Pak Chong Mar slashed his wrists during a 'Today' show taping.
- According to new research from the University of Oxford Centre for Suicide Research, individuals who inflict self-harm are more likely to die prematurely.