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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The discontinuity in the age profile represented by the decrease in suicides at age 62 is apparent in Figure 2A, which replicates Figure 1 over the corresponding age range but for the log suicide rate, for both genders combined and in Figure 2C for males.
THURSDAY, June 14, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- From 2000 to 2016 there was a 30 percent increase in the age-adjusted suicide rate in the United States, according to a June data brief published by the U.S.
"Scotland still has a higher suicide rate than the rest of the UK.
1 cause of death among teens and young people in South Korea in 2016, with the suicide rate rising over the past decade, a report showed Thursday.
In the general population, the suicide rate is 10 per 100,000 people.
Methods: We performed a retrospective analysis of the suicide data from the Military of National Defense and compared the results year-by-year with the suicide rate given in the national data provided by the Ministry of Health and Welfare during 2003-2015 in Taiwan.
In 2015 Yorkshire and the Humber had the highest suicide rate in England and although this decreased slightly in 2016 it remains above the national average.
To find the underlying causes for such a high suicide rate was the basic purpose of this article.
According to the ( analysis , while the suicide rate among girls aged 15-19 doubled between 2007 and 2015, for girls aged between 12 and 14 years, it tripled. This is considering government records which have been kept since 1975.
A study conducted by World Health Organization(WHO)/Euro Multicentre Study of Suicidal Behaviour in 13 European countries placed the average suicide rate among people older than 65 years at 29.3/100,000 and suicide attempt rates at 61.4/100,000.
The suicide rate in the US is much higher than in Iran, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).
That meant the age-adjusted Indigenous suicide rate in the Kimberley was 74 in every 100,000, more than three times the national Indigenous suicide rate of 21.4 in every 100,000 and seven times the national nonIndigenous suicide rate of 10.3 in every 100,000.