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Why Are Suicide Rates Climbing After Years of Decline?

After years of declines, the US suicide rate rose 24% over 15 years according to a report from the national Centers for Disease on suicide rates in the U.S. from 1999-2014. The suicide rate rose for everyone between the ages of 10-74. National media like the Wall Street Journal and CNN speculated that the […]
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