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ヤフーとかエキサイト等の翻訳サイトは勘弁して下さい。 長くて非常に申し訳ないです 英語の得意な方、少し専門的ですがお願い致します。 The most disastrous consequence of depression is suicide. Not everyone who attempts or commits suicide is depressed, however, and suicide thoughts and actions are alarmingly common. Nearly half of all teenagers in the United States say they know someone who has tried to commit suicide (see figure). One in five teenagers admits to attempting or seriously contemplating suicide. Suicide is the ninth leading cause of the death in the United States and third leading cause among people 15 to 24years of age. More people die from suicide than from homicide. Women attempt to commit suicide about three times more often than men do, but men succeed more often than women in killing themselves. The greater number of suicide attempts by women is probably related to the greater incidence of depression among women. The fact that men are more successful in their attempts is related to the choice of method. Until recently, women have tended to use less lethal means, such as cutting their wrists or overdosing on sleeping pills; men are more likely to use firearms or carbon monoxide fumes or to hang themselves. However, with the marked increase in the number of women owning guns, suicide by firearms has now become women's method of first choice. Consequently, the fatality rate for women is changing.(Attempted suicides are successful 80% of the time when firearms are involved, but only 10% of drug or poison ingestions are fatal ――a powerful argument for not keeping firearms in the home.)

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和訳丸投げとか勘弁して下さい。 長くて非常に面倒くさいです。英語で理解したし、少し専門的なので日本語訳は適当です。ご自由に補完してください。 鬱が酷くなると自殺する。自殺した人・しようとした人全てが鬱というわけじゃないが、彼らの考え、行動は驚くほど似ている。自殺しようとした人を知ってるって、アメリカのティーンネージャーの約半分が言ってた(図参照) 5人に1人のティーンネージャーが自殺しようとしたり、自殺を真剣に考えている。 自殺はアメリカでの死因の第9位で、15~24歳に限れば第3位だ。他殺より多い。 女は男より約3倍自殺について考える。といっても男のほうが女より成功率は高いんだけど。女の自殺数の増加はおそらく鬱発生率に関係する。男の自殺率の高さは、その方法に関係してる。近年まで、女はリスカとか睡眠薬とかのような確実には死ねない方法を使う傾向にあった。一方男は、銃器、一酸化中毒、首吊りを使った。しかしながら、女が銃を持つようになってからは、銃が女の自殺方法のファーストチョイスになった。その結果として、女の致命率は変化してる。(銃器使用時は80%、薬物使用は10%、、、つまり家に銃器を置くなってこった)

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少しは訳して見たのですけど、全体の訳として不安になったので、和訳丸投げで投稿させていただきました。大体は自分が訳したのと当たってるみたいなので、後は何とかしてみようと思います。本当は訳してから論文を書く問題なのですが…  こんな面倒な訳にお付き合い下さいまして本当にありがとうございました。

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