Adolescent Suicide: Heartbreak and Hope
Suicide is the No. 2 cause of death among U.S. adolescents. A new study aims to sharpen prevention efforts. Discover the size of the problem and how science is taking it on.
Teens act impulsively. When the end result is suicide, the toll on families, friends, teachers and others is hard to tally. A Cleveland Clinic study, led by psychiatrist Tatiana Falcone, MD, may eventually boost the success of youth suicide prevention. Learn more about the scope of this challenge, and the study’s promise, below.
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