Counselors attempt to curb Michigan's high youth-suicide rate

06/23/2009 | Detroit Free Press

Compared with the national average, youths in Michigan are more likely to attempt suicide, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The high rate may be driven by high unemployment and economic troubles in the state, one expert said, but some educators are working to prevent suicides by changing students' views about depression and anxiety.

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