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Poor sleep quality increases suicide risk for older adults, researcher finds

Older adults suffering from sleep disturbances are more likely to die by suicide than well-rested adults, according to a study. "This is important because sleep disturbances are highly treatable, yet arguably less stigmatizing than many other suicide risk factors," noted the lead author of the study.
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