Suicidal thinking among college students higher

    A new study from the National Research Consortium of Counseling Centers in Higher Education claims that suicidal thinking among college students is more common than previously thought. 26,000 students across 70 colleges and universities completed the survey on suicidal experiences. From WHYY’s Behavioral Health desk, Maiken Scott reports:

    A new study from the National Research Consortium of Counseling Centers in Higher Education claims that suicidal thinking among college students is more common than previously thought. 26,000 students across 70 colleges and universities completed the survey on suicidal experiences. From WHYY’s Behavioral Health desk, Maiken Scott reports

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