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  • Missing Few Hours of Sleep Doubles Risk of San Diego Crash
    Missing Few Hours of Sleep Doubles Risk of San Diego Crash

    The busy holiday season can interfere with getting enough rest. However, missing just an hour or two of sleep can double the risk of a San Diego crash, according to a new study from the AAA Foundation ...

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  • Holidays Are a Good Time to Talk to Older Drivers
    Holidays Are a Good Time to Talk to Older Drivers

    If you have a senior in your family, the holidays can be a good time to discuss driving safety. Being proactive and exploring transportation alternatives can help older adults remain active while also ...

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  • CA Bill Would Require Enhanced Reporting of Antibiotic-Resistant Infections
    CA Bill Would Require Enhanced Reporting of Antibiotic-Resistant Infections

    Antibiotic-resistant infections are becoming a growing concern, particularly in U.S. hospitals. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that antibiotic-resistant infections kill ...

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  • Auto Recall Alert: Ford Seats Belts May Fail in Crash
    Auto Recall Alert: Ford Seats Belts May Fail in Crash

    Ford Motor Co. is recalling more than 600,000 vehicles due to defective seat belts. The recall includes certain 2013-16 Ford Fusion and 2013-15 Lincoln MKZ vehicles. Due to a manufacturing defect, the ...

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  • Immigration Status No Longer Admissible in California Injury Suits
    Immigration Status No Longer Admissible in California Injury Suits

    In August, Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill into law that prohibits the admission or discovery of evidence related to a person’s immigration status in California personal injury and wrongful death cases ...

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  • Would Your PCP Disclose a Medical Error?
    Would Your PCP Disclose a Medical Error?

    Many primary-care physicians would not inform their patients when a potentially harmful medical error occurs, according to a new study. The results are concerning, particularly given that failing to ...

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