Youthful suicide attempts a marker for lifelong troubles

December 6, 2013


Against a backdrop of rising youth suicide attempts during the global recession, a longitudinal study has found that people who had attempted suicide before age 24 are plagued by more health and psychiatric issues and had more economic difficulties than their peers when they reach their mid-30s. Youthful suicide attempt doesn’t cause these problems, but can be a clue to provide more care to these individuals.

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