Mar 25, 2013
An ample body of evidence indicates that the benefits of keeping a gun for protection are substantially outweighed by the associated risks, writes Art Kellermann.
The health consequences of experiencing or witnessing traumatic events—domestic and community violence, acts of terrorism, natural disasters, war—are a significant public health problem. From students to soldiers, trauma can affect anyone.
RAND Health has identified ways to prevent and respond to different forms of psychological and physical violence and trauma.