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Which early-life conditions are linked to risk for suicide?

from Psychology Today

Research tells us suicide most often occurs when mental health conditions and stress come together to make someone feel a sense of hopelessness. It is estimated that 90 percent of people who die from suicide have a diagnosable mental health condition—most commonly depression—at the time of their death. People with serious health problems, prolonged stress or who have experienced childhood abuse or neglect are all more likely to die from suicide. Researchers are looking more closely at the early stages of life to see if specific conditions that occur in-utero and birth are associated with increased risk of suicide later. This evidence is presented in a new systematic review in the journal Lancet Psychiatry. more

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