Cuts to Manchester’s mental health services will ’cause more deaths’, warned a local patient support group as they lobbied outside the Town Hall yesterday.
Are the reasons behind male suicide ‘many and varied’ or does the cause of such tragedies lie primarily in the fact that men are ‘no longer the provider’ for their families?
In memory of Hollywood and comedy icon Robin Williams, Manchester’s Gorilla will be hosting an all- day event to celebrate the work of one of the most naturally talented actors to have graced our screens.
Somewhere, somehow, every 40 seconds, someone in the world has committed suicide, and according to the World Health Organisation that’s 800,000 people per year.
Hospital care for self-harm patients has been linked to a higher risk of death, in particular admission to a psychiatric bed, in a University of Manchester study.
One Manchester retail worker tonight described his fear after seeing ‘change falling from the sky’ and realising the source was a drunken man threatening to jump.
A 16-year-old Tameside boy has today pleaded guilty to attempting to acquire a deadly biological toxin with a view to taking his own life.
Ringing ears, no sleep and even suicide: Manchester sufferer calls for end of ‘flippant’ attitude to tinnitus
Approximately 10% of the UK adult population have or experience tinnitus, a condition which can have a devastating impact on sufferers’ lives, making headlines after Susanna Reid opened up on the issue.
Is there such a thing as a rational suicide? This is the controversial question to be addressed during a debate at Manchester Museum as part of SICK! Festival.
The report, titled ‘Healthy Services and Safer Patients’, is based on nearly 14,000 patient suicides which occurred between 2004 and 2012.
A former St John Ambulance youth volunteer, who was honoured by Princess Anne for her dedication to charity work, was found hanged after she complained of being intimidated by noisy neighbours.