1 in 3 young adults here has engaged in self-harm, new study says

The survey, released by international research agency YouGov, also found that a third of Singaporeans have experienced suicidal thoughts.
The survey, released by international research agency YouGov, also found that a third of Singaporeans have experienced suicidal thoughts.PHOTO: ST FILE

SINGAPORE - A third of young adults here have engaged in self-harm, with one in 10 doing so frequently, according to a survey released by international research agency YouGov on Wednesday (June 19).

It also found that a third of Singaporeans have experienced suicidal thoughts.

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