The U.S. Is the Only Country Among Its Peers In Which There are More Gun Deaths Than Cancer or Motor
Updated: Sep 8
It is astonishing at the rate for death for children and teenagers from firearms in the US, compared to many other countries across the world (particularly industrialized countries). The graph reflect the nature of death amongst children and teenagers, illustrating that their needs to be more stringent regulations on the right to bear arms and safety measures, as weapons can be easily found by children/teenagers. Such preventative measures may include safe, lock box, etc. Access for fatal weapons are killing the youth in the American more than motor vehicles accidents, bodily injuries.
US demonstrates a widespread epidemic of mental health issues relating in substance issues and intentional suicidal completions or accidental fatality through firearms, which continues to be on a rise.
Source: Kaiser Family Foundation