Suicide rates among Jewish teens drop as religious devotion grows, study finds

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Dr. Gal Shoval of Tel Aviv University’s Sackler School of Medicine. Photo courtesy of Dr. Gal Shoval

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(RNS) A new study finds that more religious Jewish teens are less suicidal than secular Jewish teens, bolstering previous research that suggests faith offers a degree of protection.