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H.E.R.O.E.S. Care August 2012 Newsletter

When researchers asked 72 soldiers at Fort Carson, Colo., why they tried to kill themselves, out of the 33 reasons they had to choose from, all of the soldiers included one in particular a desire to end intense emotional distress.

"This really is the first study that provides scientific data saying that the top reason these guys are trying to kill themselves is because they have this intense psychological suffering and pain," said Craig Bryan, co-author of the study by the National Center for Veterans Studies at the University of Utah that will be published in the coming months.

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