The Impact TV Shows Can Have On Mental Health And Suicide Risk In Teens | NBC News Now

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Published on 24 Aug 2019, 4:06
Amid criticism for its handling of sensitive topics like suicide, the popular series “13 Reasons Why” has sparked conversation about how the media represents mental illness. Psychiatrist Sue Varma discusses whether shows like this help or hurt efforts to prevent teen suicide.
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