Suicide Rates Higher in the Mountains

Is it possible that living in the mountains can make it more likely that someone will commit suicide? Maybe, according to startling new research suggesting that for someone who already has mental health problems, thinner air may be one factor leading to self destruction. That finding may seem a bit baffling at first blush, but psychiatrist Perry F. Renshaw of the University of Utah said his team of researchers have found an "astonishingly strong" correlation between living at higher altitudes...Full Story
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