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Suicide Rates Of Young Americans Reaches Record High

WorldNews Wednesday, 19 June 2019
Suicide Rates Of Young Americans Reaches Record HighA new report published on Tuesday in the Journal of the American Medical Association using data published by the United States Center For Disease Control and Prevention said the rate of young adults and adolescents dying of suicide reached its highest level in nearly two decades, according to PBS NewsHour. The report said there were 47 percent more suicides among people aged 15 to 19 in 2017 than in the year 2000; while there were also 36 percent more people aged 20 to 24 living in the U.S. today than at the turn of the century. Suicides now rank as the second-leading cause of death for people aged 15 to 24 with more than 6,200, just slightly behind unintentional motor vehicle accidents...
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Suicide Rate Among US Young People Continues to Rise New research conducted by associates of Harvard Medical School and published in the medical journal JAMA, found the rate of deaths by suicide in 2017 among 18-24 year olds was the highest since 2000. According to data, young men between the ages of...

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