CDC: Thoughts of Suicide for Ages 18 to 24 More Than Double Due to the Pandemic

  More than 1 in 4 U.S. adults ages 18 to 24 has considered suicide since the pandemic began — more than double the number who thought of suicide before COVID-19 closed down most of the U.S. Before the pandemic, 10.7% of persons in that age group had considered suicide; 25.5% have considered it since it began, the CDC reported. Self-reported, unpaid caregivers clutched the highest percentage of demographics considering killing themselves, at 30.7%. Essential workers came...

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