Exclusive: As Death Rates Surge for Kids and Teens, Researchers Blame Drugs, Guns and Cars — Critics Say It’s Far More Complicated (childrenshealthdefense.org)

In an interview with The Defender, all-cause mortality researcher Denis Rancourt, Ph.D., criticized a study published Monday in JAMA attributing a surge in deaths among children and teens to “drugs, guns and automobiles.” Rancourt called the article a “political paper” and accused the researchers of going beyond “what you can reasonably conclude from hard data.”



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