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  • IIHS: These Used Cars Are Safer for Teen Drivers

     
    Teen driving statistics are scary: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report that car crashes are the leading cause of death for U.S. teens and in 2010 seven teens died every day from crash-related injuries. What's worse is that...
  • New Study Breaks Down Traffic Fatalities State by State

     
    When it comes to U.S. traffic fatalities, coastal states have the lowest rates, according to a new study by the University of Michigan's Transportation Research Institute. By contrast, Montana, North Dakota and a number of Southern states have the...

    What a dog bite can lead to

     
    Miami-Dade Police Officer's dog bite wound. Photo: Miami-Dade Police, courtesy. Miami-Dade Police shared an image of one of the agency's officers after a dog bite??Wednesday in which the animal was shot and killed. According to Miami-Dade Police Detective...

    Survey Finds Lots of Drowsy Drivers

     
    Ever felt sleepy behind the wheel? You???re not alone. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention conducted a survey asking, "During the last 30 days, have you ever nodded off or fallen asleep, even just for a brief moment, while...

    Obese Drivers at High Risk in Cars

     
    A new study by the Emergency Medicine Journal finds that overweight drivers are between 20 and 80 times more likely to die in car crashes than individuals with a "normal" body mass index below 30. As if we needed more...