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Suicide Risk in Athletes: The Association between Participation in Sports, Sport-Related Injuries, and the Acquired Capability for Suicide
Little is known about sport-related risk factors for suicide, yet Joiner’s interpersonal theory of suicide (2005) suggests that participation in sports may increase risk. Specifically, participation in sports involves ...
When the Sky Falls
The Dust Bowl was the nation’s worst ecological disaster, stripping farmlands and devastating the lives of American families during the 1930s. The narrative of this period exists in the personal retellings of individuals ...
The Dependence of the Graphene-Microbial Interactions on Graphene Dispersion Fishnet Effects
Graphene exhibits a unique chemical and physical structure that enables it to have numerous biomedical applications; however, various researchers have reached different and conflicting conclusions, and thus the safety and ...
The Physiological Stress Response: Mechanisms, Measurement and Health Implications
The physiological stress response will become increasingly important as medicine shifts to preventative methods of healthcare. Chronic stress can manifest itself as bodily dysfunction and exacerbation of existing disease. ...
Development of the Services Matching Instrument: A Measure to Match Inmates to Correctional and Mental Health Services
Current research has explored the interface of mental illness and criminality as well as the interactions between these two constructs. The purpose of this study was to conduct an initial ...