Source: CBS News

Suicide rates and homicide rates among young adults have risen since 2007 to 2017, with suicide rates spiking by 56% percent, according to data from the CDC.

Homicide rates also went up by 18 percent between 2014 and 2017.

Any single cause for the increase in suicides and homicides would be difficult to nail down, say experts, but is likely a result of several factors.

One factor that experts are pointing to is the overall increase in “anger” across the country, with people becoming less tolerant of each other, and with depression and anxiety affecting children and families.

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Suicide Rates Rise Among Young Adults

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