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Posted on February 7, 2014

Research Highlights Days Where Slip And Fall Susceptibility Increases

New research out of the Health System of the University of Michigan aims to help people, especially persons older than 65, avoid slip and fall hazards that are likely to occur on days that are rainy and wet.  A journal called Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery will feature the research, which used a number of...
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Posted on February 5, 2014

Collision Data Highlights Need For Expanded Car Seat Usage

Although car seats and various safety mechanisms designed to protect children have come a long way in recent decades, parents still have a role to play.  After all, a child can’t be protected during a collision if they’re not using the very systems that are supposed to offer that protection. Newly released statistics from...
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Posted on February 3, 2014

Research Shows Fatigued Driving Rule Could Have Positive Impact

A new report in the Huffington Post takes a look at the effect that new regulations geared toward preventing fatigued driving among truckers may have.  A study has arrived from the Washington State University that shows the beneficial impact the rules can have on the roads.  Between last January and July, 106 drivers submitted...
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Posted on January 23, 2014

Safety Of Soda’s Caramel Coloring Called Into Question

Are you drinking a Coke, a Pepsi, or any other type of dark soft drink while you’re reading this story?  Then you may want to put that soda down for the moment as we explore the revelations of a new report. The safety of the caramel coloring found in these and many other types...
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Posted on January 23, 2014

Safety Report Gives California High Marks In Traffic Safety

The Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety have come out with a valuable report focused on the safest and most dangerous states across the country, and despite what people used to Los Angeles traffic jams may think about the state of traffic safety, California fared pretty well. To compile their findings, the agency looked...
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Posted on January 22, 2014

Research Shows LA Structures May Be Susceptible To Earthquake Damage

Yesterday, we talked about some of the potential shortcomings in communication that could lead to a service outage were a large-scale earthquake to strike.  But what about buildings?  Although many have been designed with earthquake safety in mind, that isn’t the case for all structures. This troubling line of thinking is explored at greater...
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