Is there a link between psychotropic drug use and mass shootings?
The shooter in Las Vegas was taking diazapam. Should we as Americans be looking at the connection between mass shootings and prescription drugs? The las Vegas shooter had taken diazepam tablets. Other mas shooters had also taken psychotropic drugs before killing others.
https://www.reviewjournal.com/local/the … g-in-june/
From the Article “Paddock was prescribed 50 10-milligram diazepam tablets by Henderson physician Dr. Steven Winkler on June 21...Paddock purchased the drug — its brand name is Valium — without insurance at a Walgree
by My Esoteric7 weeks ago
The following ideas would, I think, go a long way to REDUCE (not eliminate) mass killings in particular and death by gun overall.1. Heavily regulate ownership of any weapon classified as "semi-automatic",...
by Mike Russo3 weeks ago
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and the victims is not enough to stop these senseless killings.
by PeterStip22 months ago
Orlando. Isn't it time for banning fire arms in the US ?Almost every day there is a mass shooting in the US. A mass shooting is 4 or more people shot. (http://www.shootingtracker.com/)Australia banned guns. Result - no...
by Jinet Marte4 years ago
What is going on in this young people's minds that pushes them to perform such deadly acts of violence? School and mass shootings have become some deadly sort of grim "tradition" in this world. Alarming...
by Christin Sander5 years ago
When is the right time to talk about gun control - NOT banning guns, but sensible controls?Why is it whenever the subject of gun control is brought up people get so hostile and angry about protecting guns at all costs?...
by Josh Ratzburg21 months ago
What are your thoughts on gun control?With the recent mass shooting in Oregon, it makes me think that there needs to be better gun control laws. "But criminals are still going to break laws and get guns, so you're...
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