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'Invisible wounds' taking toll, Congress told
Army STARRS in Korea: Researching suicide and well-being
The U.S. Army's Ambitious Fight Against PTSD
America's new war: More soldiers die by suicide than in combat
Army Program Aims to Predict Soldiers' Resiliency
Robert J. Ursano, M.D. receives Menninger Award for Distinguished Contributions to the Science of Mental Health.
Waivers make no difference, suicide study says
Suicide prevention hotline now available in Europe
Army STARRS researcher, Dr. Matt Nock, named 2011 MacArthur Fellow
Dr. Kevin Quinn, NIMH, talks about Army STARRS
New Army Risk and Resilience Project Searches for Signs of Potential Suicide
NIMH Director Thomas Insel’s blog post: Bending the Curve on Suicide
Military Minds: The Army’s No. 2 officer worries about the toll that the war is taking on mental health
Star Tribune reports on Army suicides
Army Gets Closer to Pinpointing Soldiers at Risk for Suicide
Sgt. Maj. Of the Army discusses behavioral health counseling and Soldier issues.
Soldier health, well-being ‘critical’ to national security
Stars and Stripes reports on recent findings
Female soldiers' suicide rate triples when at war
The Under-recognized Public Health Crisis of Suicide
Army Suicide Study Kicks into Gear by NIMH Director Tom Insel.
60-second Army Now Interviews Col. Chris Philbrick
Vice Chief asks Soldiers to Participate in Army STARRS (v.2)
Research by the U.S. Army and the National Institute of Mental Health aims to reduce suicides among America's military and military veterans.
The Pentagon’s Armed with Science interview with NIMH’s Dr. Robert Heinssen (Transcript)