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Could an app actually curb distracted driving?

It is amazing what we can do with our smartphone apps these days. We can hail a ride, meet someone special, get turn-by-turn directions and even get the latest headlines all with a swipe or two. With access to so much information in the palm of our hand, no wonder some of us are addicted to our phones.

Are teens still susceptible to peer pressure?

Indeed, parents of young drivers (including college aged drivers) may loathe the possibility that their children may text and drive, but drunk driving remains persistent problem among teens and young adults. For the uninitiated, car accidents are the leading cause of death for young people ages 15 through 21 according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 

Is walking too dangerous? CA leads in pedestrian traffic deaths

Walking is often recommended as an ideal way to get some exercise. Although still highly beneficial, new data is finding that this form of exercise and transportation has gotten more dangerous in recent years. The data that led to this finding digs into the number of pedestrians that are killed when struck by cars.

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