October 7, 2021

The Associated Press – NEW YORK (AP) It’s not just about getting out of the house and going somewhere, it’s about keeping your loved one alive, a New York Times report says.

That’s especially true for the young, mentally ill and vulnerable who are more likely to seek help.

The report, titled “Getting Out of the House: The Next Step in Preventing Suicide,” says that in the United States, about 40,000 suicides are committed by young people under age 30.

It’s a trend that’s on the rise in recent years and one that has sparked public concern.

The suicide rate for people under 30 has risen from 1 in 5 in 2014 to 1 in 4 in 2020, according to a report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

About 16,000 people under the age of 30 have attempted suicide since 2008.

But the Times report finds that many of those young people are not alone.

The number of young people who commit suicide is rising dramatically, and experts say it’s not the fault of the young people themselves.

The suicide rate among those under 30 is more than three times the rate for the general population, the report says, and the rate of suicide among people ages 20 to 29 is twice the rate among all other age groups.

The Times report also cites an increased number of teens who take their own lives, with suicide rates up from about 5,000 to more than 11,000 annually in the last decade.

The report also found that there are about 1,000 young people in New York State who have killed themselves in the past year, up from 600 in 2013.

The number of suicides among young people has been on the decline for decades, with the suicide rate dropping from an average of nearly 8 people a day in 1990 to about 5 a day today.

But experts say that’s not an indicator of a decline in suicide rates among young adults.

Young people are more susceptible to suicide, the paper said, because they are more prone to anxiety, depression and other mental health issues, and because they’re often unable to maintain healthy relationships.

In addition, suicide is increasingly difficult for young people to stop.

The Times found that, for instance, young people often struggle to leave their homes without harming themselves or others.

“The problem is not that young people don’t think about suicide.

The problem is that they think about it as something that happens to them,” said David R. Miller, a professor at the University of California, San Francisco, who studies the social and psychological impact of depression.

Miller and other experts said that mental health services should focus on the mental health needs of the younger generation.

And they said they were concerned about the increasing use of electronic monitoring devices that are increasingly used to track suicides.

“It’s a very common thing for young adults to do, which is that we use these devices to track people who are suicidal,” said Jennifer Gerson, a suicide prevention researcher at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in Baltimore.

“It’s becoming more and more prevalent.

It has an impact on the people who do it, because it gives them an opportunity to think about what’s happening to them.”

Miller and others said a lot of young Americans don’t know what to do if they are suicidal, but some people are trying to help others.