By MARIANNE CAMPBELL, Associated PressThe idea of fish therapy is nothing new.
There are many people who think it’s a magic cure, a cure that cures everything from depression to arthritis.
But some say the treatment has a dark side, that it can be dangerous.
Fish therapy is an alternative therapy that involves a combination of drugs and exercises that can help people with depression or anxiety.
It’s usually used by people who’ve had major heart surgery or cancer treatments.
It’s a therapy that’s often used in conjunction with medications, though it’s been around for centuries, and it’s not uncommon to see people taking it daily.
People who have experienced suicidal thoughts and attempts can also take it.
It doesn’t help people who are already suicidal or who are experiencing suicidal thoughts.
A study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that fish therapy can be associated with suicidal behavior.
It was also associated with more severe and prolonged symptoms of depression.
The American Heart Association recommends people take fish therapy if they’re worried about suicidal thoughts, but many doctors don’t.
A recent study published by the American Journal of Preventive Medicine found that when people taking fish therapy were randomly assigned to one of two treatment groups, there were no differences in their depression, suicidal thoughts or suicidal behavior over time.
The study was observational and did not include people who had suicidal thoughts while taking fish or the people who did not take fish.
But it did suggest that fish was more effective in preventing suicidal thoughts than any other form of treatment.
There’s no evidence fish therapy causes suicide.
However, the study did not account for people who took fish therapy as a way to help them get over their suicidal thoughts in the future.
In addition to suicidal thoughts being associated with fish therapy, there’s also a high risk of death from suicide, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The number of deaths associated with suicide has been rising for a decade.
There were 9,826 in 2013, the most recent year available, according a CDC study.
In 2012, there was a similar increase, with 6,812 people dying from suicide.
The CDC estimates that nearly 10,000 people die from suicide every day.