Posts From Victor Garcia, MD

About 42 percent of U.S. homes have a firearm, reported a recent article. Some may be surprised the number is so high, but I think it’s a rather conservative estimate. And I think the number is increasing in light of › Continue Reading

The carnage we see in our emergency rooms has to stop, and I am convinced we have the ability to do it. We have been able to transform Haiti’s seemingly intractable epidemic of drug-resistant tuberculosis and AIDS and to get › Continue Reading

 Cincinnati has a violence problem. And clustered with violence are disproportionately high rates of infant mortality, low infant birth weights, asthma, obesity, unwed mothers, unintentional injuries, and domestic abuse. Conservatives point to individual failure to embrace mainstream cultural values; liberals › Continue Reading