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arrow Scientists find how relaxed minds remember better

31-03-2010
LONDON (Reuters) - Stronger and more lasting memories are likely to be formed when a person is relaxed and the memory-related neurons in the brain fire in sync with certain brain waves, scientists said on Wednesday.
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arrow Surviving the loss

  29-03-2010
Since suicides are considered to be mostly preventable, suicide prevention has always revolved around the people who have thought about, tried to, and finally completed the act – because every single time someone steps off a roof, downs a few dozens of pills, or pulls the trigger, a precious life is cut short too sudden..
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arrow Common myths about suicide

26-03-2010
Myth #1: People who talk about suicide are just trying to get attention.
Reality: People who talk about suicide are usually in a lot of emotional or physical pain and are trying to reach out for help.
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arrow Let’s talk

  24-03-2010
According to the World Health Organization, suicide kills close to one million people worldwide every year. According to the National Suicide Registry Malaysia, 65 people have died from suicide so far in the year 2010.
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arrow When dying feels

22-03-2010
In many ways, suicide is one of life’s perfect paradoxes. Scott Anderson summarised this paradox in his New York Times article, The Urge to End It All, thus: “Our contradictory reactions to the act speak to the conflicted hold it has on our imaginations: revulsion mixed with fascination, scorn leavened with pity.
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arrow Brain scans show signs of early Alzheimer's - study

  18-03-2010
People with a family history of Alzheimer's disease often have clumps of a toxic protein in their brains even though they are perfectly healthy, researchers said on Monday.
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