Risk factors and warning signs of youth suicide | Expert Interview with Roger McIntyre, M.D.
Roger McIntyre, M.D., talks to VERIFY about the risk factors and warnings signs of youth suicide. He also addresses online claims that alleged the suicide rate increased in the U.S. during the coronavirus pandemic.
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