Family-Based Intervention Lowers Long-Term Suicide Risk in Youth
In a recent study supported by the National Institute of Mental Health, researchers examined the impact of a family-based intervention on suicide risk in youth and found risk-reduction benefits up to 10 years later.
Office for Disparities Research and Workforce Diversity Webinar Series: Advancing Methods and Measures to Examine the Underlying Mechanisms of Violent Deaths in LGBTQ Populations
This webinar presents methods and measures to enhance data collection efforts on...
Media Advisory: NIH’s Climate and Health Initiative Tackles Global Health Effects Associated With a Climate change
A coalition of leaders at NIH outline how the NIH Climate Change and Health...