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Applicable to First Responders? Study reveals Google searches for information about financial difficulties and disaster relief increased significantly during March and April compared to pre-pandemic months, while searches related to suicide decreased. Previous research found financial distress was strongly linked to suicidal thoughts and behaviors. Researchers warn that, despite the decrease in searches related to … Continue reading Google Searches During Pandemic Hint at Future Increase in Suicide – Neuroscience News
Undoubtedly, this has an effect on First Responders. Less REM sleep has been tied to an increased risk for death, and though a new study does not prove cause and effect, it does suggest that the quantity of REM sleep may be an important health indicator. — Read on http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/933911
First Responder Survey Executive Summary The loss of first responders by suicide is devastating to their families, friends, and agencies. The growing number of deaths across the nation constitutes a clear crisis in public safety: nationwide, we are on track to lose more officers to suicide than in recent years. More officers die by … Continue reading 2019 Virginia Public Safety Health Pilot Survey