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The original item was published from 7/5/2018 10:42:00 AM to 9/1/2018 12:25:02 AM.
Posted on: July 5, 2018
[ARCHIVED] New season of '13 Reasons Why' still targeted by doctors who say it glamorizes teen suicide
Medical experts say Netflix and creators of the second season of 13 Reasons Why — streaming Friday — aren't doing enough to curb the increase in teen suicides and may be encouraging copycat cases.