Risk Factors for Self-Directed Violence in US Soldiers

1556 days ago via openforest    Discuss    Health
A high number of active duty soldiers and veterans in the US engage in self-directed violence but risk can be lowered by early detection of issues at home. These include symptoms such as depression, anxiety, substance abuse, and other factors of daily living, including financial problems, marital strife, legal issues, and unstable living arrangements.

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