Photo by Nick Klein. Nearly 400 physicians and future doctors from 48 states and Washington, D.C., focused on reducing prescription drug prices, addressing the public health consequences of firearms, stabilizing
Yet since then, the daily toll on people killed or injured from firearms in schools, homes, workplaces, stores, and neighborhoods has continued unabated. ... It will be up to those who believe in reasonable restrictions on firearms to do the hard work of
Firearms. ACP and its Florida chapter had a big win when a federal appeals court overturned a Florida law that prohibited physicians from discussing gun safety with patients. ... medical schools or physician residency training programs. And we will
Impression: This gentleman has attained the age of 50 years despite multiple risk factors for death by tobacco, alcohol, firearms and trauma, and one might argue that having navigated circumstances that
questions about firearms in her home, according to a legislative history provided in the federal district court's order granting the preliminary injunction.
VAWA would close both of these loopholes, as recommended by ACP in its recently updated policy paper on reducing injuries and deaths from firearms. ... sense policies to reduce injuries and deaths from firearms, because protecting patients from harm is
In the CDC report from earlier this year, firearms were the most common method of suicide overall, leading to 48.5% of deaths. ... This conversation should include options for safe storage, regardless of your opinion on firearms, Dr.