WBZ Cares: Support Group Leader Finds Strength at "Learn to Cope"Every day, 78 people in the U.S. die from an opiate overdose - 29 from heroin alone. Today a recovering addict now leads group meetings through "Learn to Cope."
Woman Wants Statements Kept Out Of Taunton Texting Suicide TrialLawyers for a woman who sent her boyfriend text messages encouraging him to kill himself will argue that the jury at her manslaughter trial should not be allowed to hear about statements she made to police.
Leading Pediatrician Group Urges Screening Children For Suicide RiskWith suicide now the second leading cause of death for teenagers, the American Academy of Pediatrics has issued new guidelines so doctors can help identify patients at risk.
Court Hears Case Of Teen Who Sent Boyfriend Texts Urging SuicideMassachusetts' highest court is set to hear arguments in the case of a teenager charged with involuntary manslaughter for allegedly sending her boyfriend dozens of text messages encouraging him to kill himself.
MIT Students Turn Their Brainpower Toward Suicide PreventionAfter seven suicides in two years, students at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are looking for their own solutions to prevent more deaths.
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Lawyer: Amy Lord's Accused Killer Attempted Suicide AgainThe man charged with killing Amy Lord reportedly tried to kill himself again over the weekend.
Couple Dead At Wakefield Apartment Complex In Apparent Murder-SuicidePolice are investigating the death of a husband and wife at a Wakefield apartment complex in what authorities are calling a murder-suicide.