MedPage Today (6/14, Monaco) reported, “Suicide may be an overlooked problem among older adults living in long-term care facilities,” investigators concluded in “a cross-sectional analysis of nearly 50,000 adults ages 55 and older.” The findings were published online June 14 in JAMA Network Open. The authors of an accompanying editorial observed that “the most notable takeaway…is the ‘additional public health threat of loneliness in people transitioning to long-term care,’ highlighting how the ‘anguish expressed by individuals as they leave their homes and loved ones and move into care facilities is well known to psychiatrists and allied health professionals. (SOURCE: APA Headlines)