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Economy, Social Isolation May Be Driving Up Suicide Rates In Boomer Men
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Economy, Social Isolation May Be Driving Up Suicide Rates In Boomer Men

Economy, Social Isolation May Be Driving Up Suicide Rates In Boomer Men

Economy, Social Isolation May Be Driving Up Suicide Rates In Boomer Men
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Suicide rates among middle-aged men in America have shown a sudden, distressing increase in the last decade. For our series on men, Shankar Vedantam talks with Audie Cornish about the trend and what some researchers think might be causing it.

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