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Michael Craig Miller

A suicide map of the US

By Michael Craig Miller
August 22, 2004

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WHEN DEMOCRATS and Republicans decided where to hold their national conventions, they probably didn't know that Massachusetts and New York have the lowest suicide rates in the nation, about 6.5 per 100,000 people per year. The national average is 10.7, and states with the biggest problem are in the 19 to 20 range. (Full Article: 737 Words)

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