Suicide is tragic. It cuts a life short and devastates the family, friends and loved ones left behind. Only 2 decades ago, little was known about the biology of suicide. Today scientists are uncovering new clues to help those at risk for suicidal thoughts and actions. Read more about suicide.
Summer is a great time to have fun in the water. But recreational waters—including swimming pools, lakes and oceans—can sometimes get contaminated with bacteria and viruses. Learn how to stay safe and healthy. Read more about water safety.
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