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Immune reaction causes malaria organ damage
Bathurst community to come together for suicide prevention
Inaugural water safety month kicks off – still too many people dying
Play helps young people to choose life
No difference in suicide rates between refugees and migrants
DFID Ghana Director’s Speech on World Mental Health Day 2019
Breaking Silence There can be no health without mental health
World Mental Health Day 2019
Equity & cultural safety focus for NZ Emergency Department Conference
New suicide prevention director: ‘This effort needs all of us’
World Mental Health Day a reminder of importance of mental health work
Public comment sought on draft action plan to help prevent suicide
Children bullied by friends and siblings are more likely to think about suicide
Low intelligence linked to suicide risk later in life
NACCHO recognises foundations are in place to Closing Mental Health Gap, but work lies ahead
Take stock on World Mental Health Day: Ombudsman
Unique online platform engages youth in suicide prevention: study
Overcoming hidden cost of mental health stigma: What Australian employers need to know
Violence has complex, far-reaching impacts on health
Independent advisor calls for overhaul of extremism strategy
New research to improve treatment for adolescent mental health
City of Perth to wrap town blue for Mental Health Week
Ambassador Libby speaks out for Mental Health Week
7 Rocky River Run 2019 raises $20,000 for charity
Newcastle suicide memorial service offers support, comfort and hope for those who have lost loved
UOW researcher explores impact of mental illness on Pacific communities in Australia
Police investigate suspected murder suicide – Doyles Creek
Honouring those who have fallen – National Police Remembrance Day 2019
FSU research: Fear not a factor in gun ownership
Beyond Blue Chair welcomes slight dip in suicide rates
Opioids contribute to two thirds of drug-induced deaths
Grant to develop and pilot mental health and arts program in Kimberley
Paramedic’s widow calls for investment in saving lives of those who are charged each day with saving
Mental health report calls for combined effort
Stride with Pride with mental wellbeing in mind
Giustina Gallery at OSU to exhibit ‘My Secret Double’ Oct. 1-30
New AI program better at detecting depressive language in social media
Study points to new drug target in fight against cancer
International recognition for mental health researcher
Ask a mate ‘R U OK?’
Initial Mental Health and Wellbeing Commission appointed
Revamped collection truck reminds us to ask R U OK?
NZMA Commends Government’s Initiative to Establish a Suicide Prevention Office
Transgender adults who experience discrimination more likely to attempt suicide
Scale of suicides by pesticide poisoning revealed
World-first registry to tackle sudden cardiac death in Australia
Shellharbour City Council marks R U OK? Day
Better safeguards for Commercial Video On-Demand viewers