Suicide

The rate of suicide among young people has tripled in the past half century, and among ten to fourteen year olds, the rate has doubled since 1980. This year, the Surgeon General declared suicide a serious public health threat, and called for much more education and prevention. Join Brooke Gladstone and guests to discuss suicide — why it's becoming more of a problem, and what can be done to prevent it, on the next Talk of the Nation.

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