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Keep Your Teens Safe on the Road This Summer

Car crashes are the leading cause of accidental death among American teens, and parents need to take steps to keep their teens safe when they're on the road this summer, an expert says.
Teens, ATVs a Dangerous Combo

A new study from Iowa found that three-quarters of teens in that state have driven an all-terrain vehicle (ATV), and more than half of them have been in accidents while riding one.
Expert Offers Motorcycle Safety Tips

For many people, a long holiday weekend means a chance for a long motorcycle ride. But, do you know all you need to know about motorcycle safety?
One in 25 Reports Falling Asleep at the Wheel: CDC Report

In a new government survey, one in 25 U.S. drivers said they had fallen asleep at the wheel a least once over the prior month.
Injuries, Violence Are Leading Causes of Death for Young Americans

Nearly 80 percent of deaths of Americans age 30 and younger result from injury or violence, U.S. health researchers reported Tuesday.
Health Tip: Dealing With Narcolepsy When Driving

Narcolepsy causes people to suddenly fall asleep during the day. It can be very dangerous if it happens while you're behind the wheel.
Get Tougher on Texting While Driving, Americans Say

Many Americans want stricter enforcement of texting-while-driving laws and stiffer penalties for violators, according to a new survey.
Is All That TV Killing You?

Attention, binge TV watchers: New research suggests that long stretches spent glued to the tube may be more than just a guilty pleasure -- they could also shorten your life.
Multiple Drug Use Fueling Drugged-Driving Fatalities: Report

Drugged drivers involved in fatal crashes in the United States are more likely to test positive for prescription drugs, marijuana and multiple drugs than they were 20 years ago, a new study finds.
Web-Based Program May Help Beginner Drivers

Nerves of steel may not be enough when teaching your child to drive. For parents who want to boost their teen's safety on the roads, an Internet-based driver's education program might help, researchers say.

 

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