The CDC just released results of a state-by-state survey of suicidal thoughts and suicide attempts. It found some interesting variations by region–including the fact that more Utah residents, some 60% of whom are Mormon, think about killing themselves than do residents of any other state. I wish they’d included questions to ferret out whether a disproportionate number of those reporting suicidal behaviors also identify as LGBTQ, but keywords related to sexuality appear nowhere in the survey instructions.