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In a brief history of the various religions, ideologies, theories about the "afterlife" and burial rituals that have identified peoples in their evolution from tribal to modern society, an attempt is made to identify the mutually interactive parallel concepts of life and death.
The aim of this study is to bring together the previous studies on pharmacotherapy of borderline disorder from the oldest to the recent ones, mainly focusing on atypical antipsychotic, whose success has been underlined in recent medical literature with peculiar reference to olanzapine. Since the '80 the pharmacotherapy in borderline personality disorder has… (More)
Suicide in detention environment is a phenomenon that affects both prisoners and operators, especially prison service. Currently, in terms of suicide prevention, the interest is shifting from an etiology essentially endogenous to exogenous factors, seeing as the criticality of system has its origin in the lack of knowledge of the "detained person". This… (More)
Durkheim's sociocultural theories about suicide form the basis for an analysis of current sociocultural conditions as possible causal elements for the alleged recent increase in adolescent suicides.