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Suicide rate hits 10-year high and dementia poised to become leading cause of death

The number of suicide deaths climbed above 3000 in 2015 for the first time, rising more than 5% in 12 months The number of Australians taking their own lives has hit a 10-year high, while dementia is tipped to overtake heart disease as the nation’s leading cause of death within five years. The number of suicide deaths climbed above 3000 in 2015 for the first time, rising more than 5% in 12 months, official figures show.
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