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Suicide Trends Among Persons Aged 10–24 Years — United States, 1994–2012
An uptick in firearm suicide rates was observed for males and females after 2007.
Suicides in National Parks - United States, 2003-2009
To describe the characteristics of and trends in suicides in national parks, CDC and the National Park Service (NPS) analyzed reports of suicide events (suicides and attempted suicides) occurring in the parks during 2003-2009. During this 7-year span, 84 national parks reported 286 suicide events, an average of 41 events per year. Of the 286 events, 68% were fatal. The two most commonly used methods were firearms and falls. Consistent with national patterns, 83% of suicides were among males.
Suicidal Thoughts and Behaviors Among Adults Aged ≥18 Years - United States, 2008-2009
The prevalence of suicidal thoughts was significantly higher among females than it was among males, but there was no statistically significant difference for suicide planning or suicide attempts.
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