Blog Posts in June, 2013

  • 21-Jun-2013

    Research Shows Distracted Walking Rivals Distracted Driving

    Is there such a thing as distracted walking? Apparently so - and it rivals distracted driving as a source of injuries. A group of university researchers recently published a study in the journal Accident Analysis & Prevention. The study showed ...
  • 17-Jun-2013

    Designated Drivers Should Not Be Trusted to Be Sober

    A recent study published in the Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs shows that designated drivers might not be so "designated" after all, and in fact could be at risk of DUI charges, even if buzzed. In other words, these drivers may not ...
  • 7-Jun-2013

    DUI-Related Traffic Deaths Up In 2012 According to AZ DOT

    Ray Stern with the Phoenix New Times writes that Arizona has "arguably" the severest DUI laws in the nation. Yet, at the same time, it looks like alcohol-related driving deaths in Arizona went up last year. The news comes from a report out ...
  • 6-Jun-2013

    FDA Takes Aim at Drowsy Driving with Allergy Drug Warning

    The FDA is taking aim at drowsy driving. When it comes to allergy drugs, the agency is warning that these drugs (antihistamines used to treat hay fever during allergy season) can make people too tired to be behind the wheel of a car, or too tired to ...
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