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  • New research finds wide skepticism about dangers of having a gun in the home

    Boston Globe - 10/25/2017

    The vast majority of Americans do not believe that owning a gun increases the risk of suicide, even though it does, according to researchers from Harvard and Northeastern universities.

    The lack of concern about guns comes despite the “well-established” fact that a gun in the home increases the risk of suicide, said study coauthor Dr. Matthew Miller, a Northeastern professor who is also codirector of the Harvard Injury Control Research Center.

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