Monday, November 5, 2012

Sorry State of the Union

Increase Seen in U.S. Suicide Rate Since Recession
The rate of suicide in the United States rose sharply during the first few years since the start of the recession, a new analysis has found.
In the report, which appeared Sunday on the Web site of The Lancet, a medical journal, researchers found that the rate between 2008 and 2010 increased four times faster than it did in the eight years before the recession.
They correlate it to unemployment.
Which I link to less protein and less dental care.