Suicide Rate

The number of completed suicides in a given demographic, usually expressed as the number of suicides/100,000 population
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A press release from the Webster university on Wednesday said the researchers examined direct links between the suicide rate and effects of loss of revenue, government spending cuts, and youth unemployment.
Poor effort to wipe the slate clean WHAT a poor attempt by MP Jess Phillips 'to launch a campaign to reduce male suicide rate,' in an effort to redeem herself for laughing at Phillip Davies, the MP for Shipley in Yorkshire, when he called for a 'men's day' debate (Mail, November 3).
From 2000 to 2013, the suicide rate per 100,000 Americans has steadily increased from 10.
Since 1948, the suicide rate for females has remained relatively stable.
NEW YORK, June 5, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The nation's largest suicide prevention organization, the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention has set the goal to reduce our nation's suicide rate 20 percent by 2025.
The adolescent and young-adult suicide rate in the U.
Recent figures revealed the suicide rate for men in the North East has hit a 25-year high.
THE suicide rate for men in Yorkshire and the Humber has risen to its highest rate in more than 10 years.
They found that the overall suicide rate, as well as suicide rates by firearm and suffocation, among veterans ages 18 to 29 were about twice that of rates in any other age category.
High and very high suicide rate, for example, Lithuania, South Korea, Guyana, Kazakhstan, and other countries.