Berkeley Study Links Firearm Injury Rate To Gun Show Activity

Berkeley Study Links Firearm Injury Rate To Gun Show Activity

A new study by researchers at the UC Berkeley has discovered that gun shows held in Nevada correlate to spikes in gun-related injuries in California.

            According to the study, which was published this week in the journal Annals of Internal Medicine, the rate of injuries in California communities near Nevada towns and cities that have recently held guns shows spiked by more than 60% in the days after such an event There is not a similar spike from nearby gun shows held in California.

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