The Indiana Department of Public Health reports that suicide is the second-leading cause of death for those between the ages of 15 and 23.
Indiana’s suicide rate went up 50-percent faster than the national average between 1999 and 2014.
Historically, women have been understudied when it comes to suicide risk and biology, according to Dr. Alexander Niculescu at the IU School of Medicine.
Both victims were employees of Cummins, Inc. in Seymour, Indiana.
For three straight years, more members of the military have taken their own lives than died in combat.
Two teens who would have been sophomores at the school died as a result of suicide last month.
The former inmate was found Tuesday morning on the north side of Indianapolis.
The grant will go toward collecting and analyzing data on violent deaths across the state.
The number of Hoosiers who have committed suicide each year has steadily increased since 2006.
IU researchers have found a way to use genetic markers in the bloodstream to identify people who are at risk of committing suicide.