Suicide detection in Chile: proposing a predictive model for suicide risk in a clinical sample of patients with mood disorders. Maino 1. Luis Calvo Mackenna, Santiago, Chile.
The history of museums in Latin America is relatively recent compared to that of countries in Europe and Oceania. Museums began to emerge after independence movements from Spain, arising from new political and cultural situations and concerns. Along with schools, libraries and theatres, the first museums to appear in Latin America were benchmarks of these nascent American republics.
To examine a range of individual, parenting, and family factors associated with sexual intercourse among a community sample of youth and their families in Santiago, Chile. Data were taken from the first wave of the Santiago Longitudinal Study conducted in January —November Bivariate and multivariate logistic regression models were used to examine the odds of sexual intercourse initiation. Seventy 9.
The youngest of three children, her father died when she was young. After that, she lived in Santiagothe capital of Chile. She enjoys outdoor recreations such as cycling, joggingand volleyball to maintain her figure, but not fascinated with heavy machines in the gym.
It was published in the Journal of Adolescent Health in Marguerite Duane. Background Many countries, including Chile, have experienced an increase in unplanned pregnancies and sexually transmitted infections among teenagers in recent years.
At a table stretching the length of an entire hotel dining room, a crew of interesting characters gather: Italian vintners with wineries in nearby Colchagua Valleylocal surfers dedicated to the break at Punta de Lobos, and Chilean artists who transplanted to Pichilemu long ago, when the town resembled an undiscovered Tulum. None of them could resist the call of Chile's best-kept secret. This once quaint fishing village is steady gaining notoriety for its iconic left-hand point break at Punta de Lobos.
The information also indicates that Chile is a leader in Latin America in suicides and along with South Korea is one of the two countries reporting a rate of increase in suicides among children and adolescents. Paradoxically, Chile usually heads the rankings of welfare and economic development in the region and it is internationally mentioned as the great case of Latin American success. Something that sounds like a touch of black humour, when it is considered that Chile is the country that most suicides and depressed people has in the region. Is it the best country to live … or to die?
These are external links and will open in a new window. Four men in Chile have been convicted of murder for torturing and beating to death a young gay man in a Santiago park last year. Judge Juan Carlos Urrutia said the four killers of Daniel Zamudio showed "total disrespect for human life". They broke Mr Zamudio's leg with a heavy stone, beat him up with bottles and carved swastikas into his body with broken glass before walking away.