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Palo alto home to many high octane Peck executive in Silicon Valley and struggling with teen suicide and now the centers for disease control and prevention are wrapping up a two week epidemiological study on the ground to find out what's behind a troubling trend amn , grabbed headlines in the national media and the city is home to Stanford University dotted with multi million dollar home and have the reputation for high academic standards which some say make it a pressure cooker for student Palo alto school superintendent Max McGee initially people really quickly a point the finger at the school until you're to blame that on the us are blaming the parents and the city it was in Santa Clara county public health department that reached out the CDC for help and that the five member teams work involved analyzing existing data including emergency , using an upsetting for some including marked in plenty of former English teacher at Gunn who founded a support group and is calling for increased changes at the school including smaller classes and let homework or high school or a hand grenade at risk , CDC study results will come later this year it conducted similar research on felids gotten Fairfax Virginia November twenty fourteen finding risk factors such as high expectations and parental pressure on students , as well as a lack of recognition of mental health day