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Suicide cuts across racial, gender, and economic lines. North Carolina loses around 127 young people to suicide annually, making it the third leading cause of death among the ten-to-twenty-four-year-old age group. Vecchione discusses possible reasons for suicide, the controversy over antidepressants, and strategies for prevention.
Henry provides statistics concerning teenage suicide in North Carolina and offers suggestions for dealing with the problem.