Firearms and suicide in US cities

@article{Miller2013FirearmsAS,
  title={Firearms and suicide in US cities},
  author={M. Miller and M. Warren and D. Hemenway and D. Azrael},
  journal={Injury Prevention},
  year={2013},
  volume={21},
  pages={e116 - e119}
}
On an average day in the USA more than 100 Americans die by suicide—half use firearms. Suicide rates overall and by firearms are higher, on average, in states where household firearm ownership is more common. In general this means in states where a greater proportion of the population lives in rural areas. The current ecological study focuses on the relation between measures of household firearm prevalence and suicide mortality in urban areas (metropolitan statistical areas and divisions) using… Expand
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