The New York Times article seems fishy, but that's to be expected from themOMG, really?
Between March and June, amid the explosion of COVID-19 cases, suicide risk rose sharply for Americans across the board and disproportionately among teens.www.dailysignal.com
Firmly linking teen suicides to school closings is difficult, but rising mental health emergencies and suicide rates point to the toll the pandemic lockdown is taking.www.nytimes.com
Hundreds of local and national articles on this, not to mention plain common sense.
I've been semi-absent lately... seems i missed alot.After Andrus came on here and completely slapped down basically every one of those wild claims Swimmer made in his final thread........that was the genius who stepped in and started casting doubt on the validity of Andrus's source.
You may have observed he's not a fan of being called out and asked to provide facts.