Tag: risk factors
An article by the APA president merely pays lip service to the psychosocial causes of mental health problems.
In an effort to reduce coercion, researchers isolate associated factors including age, relationship status, location, and diagnosis.
A meta-analysis of known risk factors for psychosis finds elevated risk with the presence of childhood trauma, adverse life events, and affective dysfunction.
From MinnPost: A recent study found that working more than 39 hours per week can lead to significant mental health risks. Article →
A new study, published in Social Indicators Research, investigates the association between economic policy uncertainty and suicide rates in the US.
Nunavut, Canada’s largest and northernmost territory, is suffering from a suicide rate that is 10 times the national average. “In the case of Inuit boys 15 to 19,” CBC News reports, “the suicide rate is 40 times higher than those of their peers in the rest of Canada.”