New in EHP: Air Pollution and Suicide, Plus More of My Stories Translated to Chinese
Could air pollution be a trigger for suicide? Researchers first began asking this question less than a decade ago. Accumulated evidence from around the world now suggests there may well be a connection, although the nature of such a connection is still unknown. The authors of a study in Environmental Health Perspectives add to the evidence for this link, drawing upon a robust data set of pollution and suicide figures.
And, in related news, I've just learned that two more of my stories have been translated into Chinese for the latest EHP Chinese Edition.