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As the number of veterans committing suicide has climbed to an alarming rate, a civilian-run treatment center has now become a model for treating PTSD and other causes of military suicides.

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Pentagon: Military Suicides Drop; Unclear Why

Pentagon: Military Suicides Drop; Unclear Why

AP (Nov. 12, 2013) — Defense officials say military suicides have dropped by more than 22 percent this year, but they're reluctant to give credit to detection and prevention efforts. (Nov. 12)
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In China, One Exam Is Everything

In China, One Exam Is Everything

Newsy (July 2, 2013) — China has seen a string of student suicides over stress brought on by its college entrance exam.
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Study Suggests No Combat and Suicide Link

Study Suggests No Combat and Suicide Link

AP (Aug. 6, 2013) — As the Pentagon struggles to stem a rising number of suicides in the force, a new study suggests combat appears to have no influence on suicide rates among troops and veterans. AP National Security Correspondent Sagar Meghani reports.
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