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    Suicide, the most serious risk of depression, is the third leading cause of death among young people ages 15 to 24. It is imperative that high school students, parents, and teachers understand the clear link

    Third Leading Cause of Death Among Young People Ages 15 to 24

    Suicide, the most serious risk of depression, is the third leading cause of death among young people ages 15 to 24. It is imperative that high school students, parents, and teachers understand the clear link between depression and suicide....

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    • I am interested in your research topic because two students in my class have committed suicide in high school. I liked your quote, “depression education can be effective suicide prevention” and I think you should do more research on how that is benefited suicide rates. Prevention before treatment is more useful. Try this article, https://www.nimh.nih.gov/health/topics/suicide-prevention/index.shtml because it could help you in your further research about this grave topic that cannot be kept hidden and considered taboo.

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    I couldn’t find a source o hypothe.is about depression besides on about Barack Obama, but it was mainly focused on politics about him and not the world being depressed as a unit. It was kind of like his personal

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    http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/teen-depression/symptoms-causes/dxc-20164556 http://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/124/4/e596 http://www.fox10phoenix.com/news/arizona-news/44045255-story I couldn't find a source o hypothe.is about depression besides on about Barack Obama, but it was mainly focused on politics about him and not the world being depressed as a unit. It was kind of like his personal...

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    Who has access to treatment?
    Who treats the problem?
    What races have the most?
    What can we do as a community to help victims of depression?  
    When should we take action?
    When did the

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    Who has access to treatment? Who treats the problem? What races have the most? What can we do as a community to help victims of depression?   ...

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    I feel like my 3 recordings were cool. I followed the procedure. Adjusting my tone was kind of difficult, especially trying to change my mood while saying  the same thing.My book i read, was the Kaplan’s SAT handbook.

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    I feel like my 3 recordings were cool. I followed the procedure. Adjusting my tone was kind of difficult, especially trying to change my mood while saying  the same thing.My book i read, was the Kaplan's SAT handbook.

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    My topic was about teen depression.  My strengths are my voice and eye contact. While my area of growth may be that I could choose a better stance instead of having my hands behind my back. Watching myself screw

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    My topic was about teen depression.  My strengths are my voice and eye contact. While my area of growth may be that I could choose a better stance instead of having my hands behind my back. Watching myself screw...

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