June 8, 2018


Reach out: One-on-one connections help reduce risk of suicide

Taking one’s life is unfathomable. Yet suicide rates have risen dramatically in the US since 2000, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced this week. In South Carolina, we don’t have to look far.
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Hotter weather likely to cause more “hot-car deaths” this summer

As temperatures begin to increase this summer, so will, unfortunately, the number of children who are left in hot cars and die from heat stroke. In our state, we’ve now lost two children this year to the heartbreaking tragedy of a car-related heatstroke death.
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