More than fifty % of those surveyed said more police and mental health services would be extremely effective, with nearly nine in 10 stating doing so will be at least relatively effective in avoiding gun criminal offense. Some 78 % also said reducing the depictions of violence on Television and in films and video gaming would help to prevent mass shootings . Related StoriesDISC-1: schizophrenia's Rosetta Stone gene? An interview with Professor Kevin FoxNeurological testing accessibility and affordability: an interview with Dr Joseph HigginsNHS hourglass structure holds back development of support workforce The Hill: Advocates For Mental Wellness Have got Momentum After Conn.Kwong, M.B., B.S., Chi-Wai Chan, M.B., B.S., Wendy W.S. Tsui, M.B., B.S., Ho-Yin Ngai, M.B., B.S., Daniel W.S. Chu, M.B., B.S., Paco W.Y. Lee, M.B., B.S., Ming-Chee Chiu, M.B., B.S., Gabriel M. Leung, M.D., and Joseph S.M. Peiris, D.Phil.: Comparative Epidemiology of Pandemic and Seasonal Influenza A in Households Households are believed to play a significant role locally pass on of influenza virus during annual epidemics and occasional pandemics.1-4 Because the pandemic 2009 influenza A virus spread across the world, many countries implemented mitigation guidelines, like the recommendation that people with suspected or confirmed infection be isolated at home.5-7 The literature contains few data about viral-shedding patterns connected with naturally acquired influenza virus infections in community configurations.