Suicide refers to intentional self-killing. This may be done directly, or as a result of neglecting to look after oneself.

 Some methods most commonly used by men to kill themselves are hanging, gunshot wounds and car exhaust fumes and while many women employs poisoning

See also:
"Suicide" is in the NAICS Code "624190"
 Other Individual and Family Services
 Suicide crisis centers


List of books: Suicide

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