Between August 2011 and August 2012, there were 110,960 people admitted to hospital for incidents of self harm, a rise from 110,490 in the previous year.
What does S/H stand for?
S/H stands for Self Harm
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uk THE number of hospital admissions for people who self harm is almost three times higher in the North East, according to new figures.
London, April 27 ( ANI ): Children who are bullied in childhood are up to three times more likely to self harm up to the age of 12, a new study has revealed.
Self Harm has 540 members and although the site claims it is there to help kids it has been hijacked by people encouraging each other to injure themselves.
And as many as 38 vulnerable children between the ages of five and 11 either tried to self harm - by overdosing on tablets, cutting themselves or strangulation - or thought about hurting themselves.
What to look out for Although self harm is often a secretive and lonely act, the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy has identified key behaviours to look for if you have concerns that someone close to you may be harming themselves.
The third documentary, Self Harm and Meera, features the comedian meeting people who inflict injuries on themselves.
The little studied subject of nonsuicidal self harm (including cutting, scratching, burning and minor overdosing) was examined by a team that used data from the Victoria Healthy Youth Study, a longitudinal study of 14 to 21 year olds.