Kate Spade's Sales Have Increased By 600% Following Her Death

Suicide rate climbing in MN

Kate Spade's Sales Have Increased By 600% Following Her Death

The deaths of celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain and fashion designer Kate Spade highlight a troubling trend - rising suicides among middle-aged Americans.

Patrick Smith, CEO of the Canadian Mental Health Association in Toronto, said he isn't aware of a similar increase among that age group in Canada.

She also notes that some western states have some of the highest rates of suicide historically, which could be related to the fact that they tend to be more rural.

Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the country, according to the report. The others are Alzheimer's disease and drug overdoses. "It's traumatic. It's nearly always unexpected and there's no pain like it, so we wanted to do something to bring support and resources", Ramirez said.

Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky each saw double digit increases in suicides between 1999 and 2016.

The study also found that 54% of individuals who killed themselves had not been diagnosed with a mental-health condition. "There's just a lot of stigma around suicide and so we don't talk about it", Williams said. Rates increased in all US states except Nevada, where the rate was consistently high throughout the study period.

"We do have a high suicide rate", said Egan.

Suicide rates are up by 30 percent across the nation since 1999, federal health officials reported Thursday. Overall, almost 45,000 people died by suicide in 2016, which is more than twice the number of deaths from homicide, the CDC said.

"Those amusing cat videos can't keep someone alive, but they can calm people down to then use other coping strategies", she says.

Mental health experts with the CDC say suicide is rarely caused by a single factor. "We are concerned with all aspects of suicide prevention, including access to lethal means, and so we do include that in a comprehensive approach to suicide prevention".

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Sikora, who lost her sister to suicide in 2001, is the western Pennsylvania director of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.

"Suicide is such a complex issue that it is really hard to point out any one reason why it's increasing in any one population", Brown said.

She speculated that inescapable social media, online bullying and the increased awareness of ways to die by suicide have contributed to rise in suicides.

Ramirez attempted suicide when she was a teenager.

"We've asked the teens [in one of their programs] what their thoughts on the series are".

But as is often the case, Hameed explained, "As time passes and you find out more detail, you find that they had struggled". But as they begin to feel better, sometimes after they have begun an anti-depressant, they might gain the energy to act, with the appearance of doing better stemming from relief upon reaching the decision.

She said most people experiencing suicidal thoughts are typically relieved to have a chance to talk and get connected with services for help. No one cares about me. "I should've died in my 20s", he said in a 2016 interview with Biography. "If someone mentions those sorts of things, dig a little bit deeper. They might actually bring up specifically that they're thinking of suicide".

For emergencies that are life-threatening, you should immediately call 911. It could be someone you are anxious about.

Dr Stone says the CDC study showed loss, substance abuse, physical health, job and legal problems were all important factors.

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