The report also states suicide rates went up more than 30% in half of the states since 1999. They also looked at data from its National Violent Death Reporting System which covers 27 states to gain a fuller picture of the circumstances surrounding the suicides.
The rate of suicides in Maryland grew by 8.5 percent, well below the national increase from 1999-2016, according to the CDC.
"These findings are disturbing".
Formed in 2016, the group has made multiple efforts to slow suicide rates, but the work never ends.
Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the USA and rates have been climbing steadily for years.
Men account for most of the suicide deaths and they make up a huge majority of those with no diagnosed mental issues.
In the CDC report it says in 2016, almost 45-thousand Americans ages 10 or older died by suicide.
The CDC suggested a wide-ranging list of ways for communities to help those contemplating suicide.
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In the year 2016 alone, 45,000 people died from suicide and Schuchat warned, "Our data show the problem is getting worse".
This article has been adapted from its original source. Relationships problems were considered a factor in 42 percent of suicides, followed by a recent life crises in 29 percent of cases, and substance use in 28 percent. Here in Georgia rates have increased 16 percent in the past 20 years.
Click for more information about the rising trend of suicide in the U.S. It also can happen when a close friend or family member commits suicide.
"There are people that think about suicide, and they think, 'Well, they (celebrities) were fearless enough to do it, '" she said.
Jafary told us suicide is preventable, people just need to be willing to seek help, and if the individual doesn't want to, others need to step in.
" The Maryland chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention offers resources for people in need, including phone numbers for suicide prevention hotlines and links to find mental health professionals".
Researchers believe people in rural areas could be more at risk due to less access to mental health services.
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