Study of people in treatment for addiction shows 90% had a history of alcohol overdose and 80% of the time they were taking other addictive drugs at the time they overdosed
Research on Firearm Injuries to U.S. Children Gets 30 Times Less Funding Per Death than Other Causes
Study spotlights mismatch between number of firearm deaths in children age 1 to 18, and research to understand, prevent and treat the reasons for those deaths.
A new analysis of firearm deaths from 1999-2017 examines changes in each state within age, gender and racial/ethnic groups.
Review of 33 years’ worth of medical studies reveals key areas where focus is needed.
As interest grows in addressing pediatric firearm injuries — the second-leading cause of death for young people, researchers list the most urgent priorities for study.
Firearms have been the No. 2 cause of death for at least 17 years, even as prevention efforts have cut the death rate in half from motor vehicle accidents, the No.