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Suicidal Thoughts, Suicide Attempts, Major Depressive Episode, and Substance Use among Adults: The OAS Report, Issue 34
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This report looks at the occurrence of suicidal thoughts, major depressive episodes, and suicide plans and attempts of adults over the past year, using data from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health. Adults who had a major depressive episode in the past year were more likely to report suicidal thoughts or a suicide attempt if they engaged in illicit drug use or binge drinking than if they did not engage in these behaviors.
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