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"This was really nothing. I've been shot a couple times before."
A recent study of Mississippi adolescents sheds light on an alarming trend among African-American boys. Among the teens studied in grades 6-12, Black boys were most likely to engage in self-harm, such as cutting, burning or biting.
Disturbing #cut4bieber hashtag encourages teens to harm themselves.
Documents claim Chris Brown is bipolar; does racism make you obese?; breast cancer deaths higher among Black women; and more health news.
We need more Black celebrities talking about mental health.
In an effort to augment the social media hub’s existing suicide prevention tools available to users, Facebook is rolling out additional assistance to military families, active service members and veterans who may be in need of help.
Children with Asperger syndrome, a high-functioning type of autism, often have average-to-above-average intellect but lack social skills. This can be potentially devastating in many areas of the child’s life.