Suicides using guns in the US are actually up, but some public health experts took issue with a recent CDC report that they say obscures that fact. Suicides using firearms went up from 16,599 in 1999 to 21,334 in 2014, according to the report. But while the report…

Gun violence, drug overdoses and road deaths annually claim 100,000 lives in the US, according to a new study in JAMA. In fact, the average American will die as many as 2 years sooner than if they lived in Western Europe or Japan, report researchers from the National…

A majority of Americans, 59%, would consider a “childproof” gun as their next firearm purchase—a significant improvement of public opinion, according to a new study by Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health researchers.