Is There a Link Between Loud Music and a Car Accident?

Loud music and young drivers go together like peanut butter and jelly, but could this combination actually cause more car accidents? That’s more than just a theoretical question, because studies have found that teenage drivers are much more likely to engage in distracted driving habits such as talking on a mobile device, chatting with a passenger, eating, texting while driving, and even watching videos on a built-in screen. All those activities distract drivers by either taking their eyes off the

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What To Do With Child Passengers On Motorcycles

To avoid accidents and to protect their bodies, motorcyclists must observe safety techniques every time they take a ride. But this is especially important when riders are carrying child passengers, because children do not have the physical development of adults and are more vulnerable to fractures and broken bones. And if they suffer concussions during a motorcycle accident, children’s brains are more likely to suffer more extensive and longer-lasting damage. So as a motorcyclist, what are some safety measures you

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Common Burn Accidents

According to the American Burn Association, approximately 450,000 patients receive treatment in emergency rooms and hospitals for burns year after year in the United States. This does not include the burn injuries that are treated in hospitals, private clinics, and medical offices, or government-run community health centers. According to reports, out of these 450,000 burn injuries, about 3,400 result in deaths each year. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), burn accidents involving fires are the third

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