Suicides in the Military (US)
Suicides in the Military (US):Suicide in the army has become one of the prevalent problems. Compared to the general population, suicide cases were rare in the military, but over the past years, the issue has been affecting the soldiers to certain rates that surpass the general population.
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Suicide cases in the military have been on the rise over the past few years. This, therefore, calls for effective programs, policies and intervention approaches with the aim of ending the suicide epidemic in our military.
Suicide in the military has been associated with mental illnesses among the members of the military. Posttraumatic stress disorder has been listed as the major cause of suicides in the army. Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a condition that is as a result of experiencing traumatic events especially during combat
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