Can Altitude Explain Utah's Suicide Epidemic?
November 18, 2014 7:52 AM Subscribe
Based on a comparison of suicide rates at sea level and at areas above 2,000 feet, living at a high altitude may make people 30% more likely to commit suicide. Neuroscientist Perry Renshaw believes that it's due to the impact of altitude on the brain.
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