Psychiatric News (8/31) reports, “People with disabilities appear to be significantly more likely to think about, plan, and/or attempt suicide than people without disabilities,” research indicated, with “individuals with multiple disabilities…at a particularly heightened risk of suicidal behavior.” Included in the study were “198,640 U.S. adults who had answered survey questions regarding the presence or absence of any suicidal thoughts, plans, and attempts during the 12 months” and also “answered six questions about the presence or absence of functional disabilities.” The findings were published online Aug. 28 ahead of print in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine. (SOURCE: APA Headlines)