Guns in Home, Greater Odds of Family Homicide

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For each 10% jump in home ownership of guns, the risk of someone in the household being killed rises by 13%. The risk of a nonfamily member getting murdered is increased only 2% with gun ownership, researchers found.

Written by Newport Beach Compounding Center Staff

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