Anthony Bourdain and Kate Spade's deaths are part of a growing problem in the US

13 June, 2018, 06:09 | Author: Angelica Greene
  • During an Out of the Darkness Walk event in 2017 a message board in Cincinnati is adorned with notes for loved ones who took their own lives

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, suicide rates are up by 30 percent across the nation since 1999. The study results appeared in the CDC's Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report.

Between 1999 and 2016, the suicide rate in West Virginia increased 37.1%.

"These findings are disturbing".

The report identified top factors leading to suicide among those with and without a mental health problem, including relationship problems (42 percent), physical health problems (22 percent), and problematic substance abuse (28 percent).

"We need to have people understand that just because there was a high profile death by suicide it doesn't mean it has to be your outcome, too", he said.

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More than half of USA states saw their rates increase by 30 percent or more.

If you are feeling one or more of thesymptoms or know someone who is, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or text "TN" to 741-741. It also heads the Governor's Behavioral Health Services Planning Council, that produced the Kansas Suicide Prevention Subcommittee 2017 Annual Report, which outlines steps the State is taking to regarding this issue.

There is agreement on many researchers, however, that publicity around a suicide can increase the risk of other suicides. "Beginning a conversation, helping keep them safe, helping them connect and then follow up with them", she said.

Ribeiro and Franklin's team has already developed powerful machine learning algorithms for electronic health records that can predict with 80-90 percent accuracy whether someone will attempt suicide as much as two years into the future.

"The numbers in Kansas of course are increasing at a quick rate", says Sue Murnane.

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"We think a key message is, there's not just one group; many are at risk", Schuchat said.

CT has limited state funding for suicide prevention, said Ann Irr Dagle, who founded the Brian T. Dagle Memorial Foundation in 2014 with her husband after their son, an East Lyme High School graduate, died by suicide at age 19. The latest data at that time showed about 30,000 suicides a year.

A study of laws allowing authorities to seize firearms from people thought to be mentally unstable in IN and CT found that gun-related suicides were 7.5 percent lower in IN after 10 years and 13.7 percent lower in CT, a year after enforcement began.

Woolf said scant access to mental health care has driven down diagnoses even as it allows despair to fester.

South Florida resident Felicia Monroe knows first hand what it's like to lose someone to suicide. The trend has begun to close a longstanding gender gap in suicide, in which men were far more likely to take their own lives.

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