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Madeline Saylor Duffy ENGL 1301 29 July 2019 Annotated Bibliography The topic I will be researching for the next paper is the statistics and causes involving suicide. This is a subject I am passionate about and already have plenty if knowledge over. This site gives literally almost all of the different statistics over suicide. It tells you how many Americans die per year, the number of suicide attempts, how it is the 10th leading cause of death in the U.S., the ratio from women to men, etc. This website will probably be the most helpful to me out of all of them because the facts and statistics are so specific. If I'm being honest I can probably just use this website to finish my whole paper haha. This website basically informs you on the detailed definitions of suicide, suicide attempt, as well as suicidal ideation. It also shows a table/chart with all the years and numbers on it.
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  • Spring '08
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  • Suicidal ideation, Madeline Saylor

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