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May 4, 2018

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04/27/2018

Psychiatry

Risk of suicide following an alcohol-related emergency hospital admission

In an analysis of over 2.8 million British residents over a 6-year period, Bowden and colleagues find that hospital admissions related to alcohol consumption are associated with an increased risk of suicide, suggesting hospital visits might provide an opportunity to identify and assist at-risk individuals.

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Risk of suicide following an alcohol-related emergency hospital admission

05/04/2018

CHANNELS

Disease Forecasting and Surveillance

The PLOS Disease Forecasting and Surveillance Channel highlights research from a range of disciplines with a focus on research that improves surveillance data collection and analysis, and the opportunities this provides for rapid detection, characterization and forecasting of disease threats or conditions.

Disease Forecasting and Surveillance

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05/04/2018

Collections

Chemical Tools & Probes

Small molecules that allow us to observe and manipulate biological systems by targeting and binding to specific targets are powerful tools in the field of Chemical Biology. This collection highlights research on the development and uses of chemical probes, including in vivo and in vitro imaging, drug discovery, protein functions and cellular processes.

Chemical Tools & Probes

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05/04/2018

EVERYONE BLOG

Digging Deep into Walden Pond’s History

Algal microfossis in sediment cores taken from this famous pond reveal anthropogenic changes in the hydroclimate and trophic status of the lake over the last 1800 years.

Digging Deep into Walden Pond’s History

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