Firearm Counseling in the ED Could Be Lifesaving for Teens

Caregivers who brought suicidal adolescents to the emergency reported safer gun storage department practices after fraud counseling ― a crucial way to cut gun deaths among children, according to researchers from Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. In the study, which took place between June 2021 and February 2022, gun safety counseling and handouts were provided to 99 … Read more

A Real, but Overlooked Syndrome

When an individual develops a terminal illness, those closest to them often start to grieve long before the person dies. Although a common syndrome, it often goes unrecognized and unaddressed. A new review proposes a way of defining this specific type of grief in the hope that better, more precise descriptive categories will inform therapeutic … Read more