Tough laws prevent gun deaths

(James Cook University) A major global report confirms gun-related homicides, suicides and accidents are falling in Australia after the introduction of anti-gun laws, and that the effect of such tough laws is similar elsewhere.
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Suicide rates are highest in certain occupations, according to a CDC report.
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ConclusionsAmong women Veterans Health Administration users, examination of qualitatively distinct patterns of adversity yielded more meaningful results than counting the number of adverse events. Given the high incidence of adverse experiences, Veterans Health Administration is positioned to respond with secondary prevention and a universal trauma precautions approach to all care for women Veterans.
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Suicide rates are highest in certain occupations, according to a CDC report.
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