Asking a soldier about self-worth or emotional pain may be a better way of predicting suicide than inquiring whether they intend to kill themselves, researchers report.
The findings, published online in JAMA Psychiatry, point to a weakness in the recruiting process, experts said. "The question becomes, 'How did these guys get in the Army?'" Harvard sociologist Ronald Kessler said.
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