Cronulla Sharks coach Ricky Stuart is giving up swearing for Schizophrenia research and is urging others to join him in his role as a SwearStop Ambassador.<br><br>SwearStop is the fun online campaign to give up bad language for a week in May. The Schizophrenia Research Institute is calling for 200 volunteers to join Ricky to help raise much needed funds.<br><br>"I’m taking part in SwearStop to raise money for the third greatest disabler in young people, Schizophrenia," Stuart said.<br><br>"One in one hundred young Australians will be diagnosed this year and 30 per cent of those will attempt suicide."<br><br>"There is no cure and the Schizophrenia Research Institute need funds to find out the causes and find a cure."<br><br><b><a href="http://www.sharks.com.au/default.aspx?s=article-display&id=25314" target="_blank">CLICK HERE to read the full media release on the Sharks website.</a></b><br>
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