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  • New study shows at-risk youth just as likely to have access to guns as well-adjusted peers

    WBUR - 02/21/2018

    As the latest debate over guns continues following the recent school shooting in Parkland, Florida, a study is being released Wednesday that says troubled children with at-risk behavior are as likely to have access to firearms in their homes as more well-adjusted youth.

    The study was co-authored by Dr. Matthew Miller, professor of health sciences and epidemiology at Northeastern University. He joined Morning Edition to talk about the study’s findings.

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