For Doctors in America, 'Do No Harm' Should Mean Talking About Child Gun Safety

July 21, 2014 2:25 PM

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For Doctors in America, 'Do No Harm' Should Mean Talking About Child Gun Safety

Earlier this month, the New York Times ran an editorial about a recent study on gun violence and children published by Everytown, aka Moms, aka Bloomberg, et.al. Like a similar study published this year on mass shootings, the major sources were media reports about unintentional gun deaths of children which, according to this report, is substantially higher than the numbers furnished by the CDC.

The issuance of the report, according to a letter to the Times, coincided with the annual ASK day, which is a collaboration between Brady and the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) to encourage safe gun storage in homes with young children. The ASK campaign has been around for more than ten years ...

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