By Jon Hamilton

October 30, 2017

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People who are thinking about killing themselves appear to have distinctive

brain activity that can now be measured by a computer.

 

In these people, words like "death" and "trouble" produce a distinctive

"neural signature" not found in others, scientists report in the journal

Nature Human Behaviour. More than 44,000 people commit suicide in the U.S.

each year.