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Could In-Car Breathalyzers Slash Rate of Booze-Linked Crashes?
In-car breathalyzers automatically prevent ignition when they detect blood-alcohol levels that exceed legal limits. Now, new research suggests that if the devices were installed in every new U.S. car, deaths linked to drunk driving would plummet by 85 percent over a 15-year period.
Ebola Donations Slow to Reach West Africa
Only about 40 percent
of the nearly $2.9 billion in international aid promised for the
Ebola outbreak in West Africa had reached the hard-hit countries of
Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone by Dec. 31, a new study found.