Suicide and suicide prevention Information about suicide and suicide prevention. Do you need help now, call 113. Do you need someone to talk to, see nssfinfo.no for help lines. Les på norsk: Selvmord og selvmordsforebygging From the Public Health Report Public Health Report Published 12.01.2018 Suicide and suicide attempts Every year, 500-600 suicides are registered in Norway. Two out of three who commit suicide are men. Many bereaved people are affected by suicide every year. News and research findings Suicide in apparently well-functioning young men 26.02.2014 Projects Are there dietary and lifestyle factors for the self-prevention of suicide? 01.01.2017 Risk profiles for completed suicide among psychiatric patients 01.10.2015 Reports Systematic review Updated 15.12.2016 Effects of secondary preventive interventions against self-harm We have found research on many interventions and studied whether people harm themselves less frequently and have fewer suicide attempts when they have received interventions. Show more Articles Article Updated 16.08.2019 When will your child be offered vaccines? Here is an overview of when your child will be offered vaccines as part of the Childhood Immunisation Programme. Article Updated 15.08.2019 Other tick-borne infections Diseases spread by tick bites are an increasing problem in Norway. Lyme borreliosis and tick-borne encephalitis (TBE) are the most common, but other diseases can also be spread. Article Updated 15.08.2019 Sheep ticks and tick bites The sheep tick (Ixodes ricinus) has many different names in Norway but is usually known as ‘flått’ or ‘skogflått’. It sucks the blood of birds and mammals, including humans, and can transmit disease. Show more Related topics: Theme Anxiety, depression and other mental health disorders Information and statistics about mental health disorders, for instance anxiety and depression. Theme Causes of death & Life expectancy The main causes of death in Norway are cardiovascular diseases and cancer.