Financial crisis drives up Greek suicide rate

11:40 EDT 10 Sep 2013 | Medical Xpress

Suicides increased by 45 percent during the first four years of Greece's financial crisis, a mental health aid group said Tuesday, warning there are indications of a further "very large rise" over the past two years.

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