Alexander Tsai and Ichiro Kawachi have just published a paper in JAMA looking at the association between social integration and suicide among women in the United States. Tsai spoke to Reuters Health about this research, pointing out that factors beside mental illness contribute to suicidality in women.
In this Harvard Magazine Forum piece, Harvard Pop Center affiliated faculty member Rohini Pande, PhD, shares her perspective on steps that can be taken, both short and long term, in response to the rash of violence against women in South Asia.
A new study co-authored by affiliated faculty member Ichiro Kawachi, MD, PhD, investigates whether state levels of social capital are associated with rates of completed suicides in the fifty U.S. states.
The recently published study by Harvard RWJF Health & Societies Scholar Program Alum Alexander Tsai and Harvard Pop Center affiliated faculty member Ichiro Kawachi that links being well-integrated socially with a lowered risk of suicide receives press.
Harvard Pop Center affiliated researchers Ichiro Kawachi, MD, Ph.D., and former RWJF scholar Alexander Tsai, MD, Ph.D., are authors of a large study that examined the link between fatty acid intake and suicide, which sets it apart from the majority of similar studies of its size which focused more on just depression.