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Suicide in America

In case you missed it, here is where you can listen.
 
http://thedianerehmshow.org/shows/2016-04-25/suicide-in-america
 
Monday, Apr 25 • 10 a.m. (ET) to the Diane Rehm show on NPR. Our colleague from Johns Hopkins will discuss PAX GBG in the context of prevention "Stage 4" psychiatric disorders, such as suicide. ‪#‎SaveAllKids‬ ‪#‎PAXGBG‬

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Walking into Erin Van Dyke’s kindergarten class at Bellview Elementary in Ashland when it’s time to do a quiet activity, the first thing a visitor might wonder is how the room of about 20 children is so quiet.

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Schools in the Rogue Valley are taking part in a program designed to help the students, as well as the community, thrive. The Pax game aims to promote peace, productivity, health, and happiness.

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Fads sweep education like teenage fashions and often change with a new administrator or with the last visit to a vendors’ table at a conference. Imagine if your child’s doctor made decisions based on fads. Doctors and healing arts professionals are supposed to make decisions based on the best peer-reviewed, replicated science available. Most of that science is freely available at the U.S. National Library of Medicine (www.pubmed.gov).

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A new era of public schooling is coming to some parts of New Mexico, one that holds hope that from kinder, more humane classrooms come children less likely to turn to suicide, risky behavior or drugs.

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