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What Research Reveals About the Impact of Extreme Heat on Increased Suicide Rates

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Anyone feel like “Hot Girl Summer” turned into “Sad Suicidal Summer” instead? Well, you’re likely not alone. Believe it or not, rising extreme temperatures are linked to increased suicide rates.

This evidence comes from the Psychiatric Times, which reports there is an increase of suicide rates of 0.7 percent in the U.S.

and 2.1 percent in Mexico during 1 degree Celsius (33.8 degrees Fahrenheit) increased temperature changes over average monthly temperatures.

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