Suicide Attempts Antidepressants 2011-06-17 U.S.A. Number of Men Between 21 & 34 Who Attempted Suicide on A/D's Is Up By 155% from 2005 to 2009
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Paragraphs 4 & 5 read:  "The number of young men who tried to kill themselves with anti-depressants increased by a whopping 155 percent.

   There were also significant spikes in suicide attempts involving anti-anxiety drugs, insomnia medications and narcotic pain relievers.


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The nation's emergency rooms are treating more young men for drug-related suicide attempts.

   A new report from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration found a 55-percent increase in those kinds of ER visits for men aged 21 to 34 between 2005 and 2009.

   Nearly all the drug-related suicide attempts involved prescription drugs.

   The number of young men who tried to kill themselves with anti-depressants increased by a whopping 155 percent.

   There were also significant spikes in suicide attempts involving anti-anxiety drugs, insomnia medications and narcotic pain relievers.


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