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  • Study Finds Medical Errors More Frequent During Night Surgeries
    Study Finds Medical Errors More Frequent During Night Surgeries

    Patients who undergo surgery at night may be at greater risk for medical errors. A recent study found that patients who have surgery during the night are twice as likely to die as patients operated on ...

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  • Will Digital Recall Notices Boost Auto Repair Rates?
    Will Digital Recall Notices Boost Auto Repair Rates?

    Every year, approximately 25 percent of recalled vehicles are left unrepaired, which means potentially dangerous vehicles are still on the road. To boost repair rates, the National Highway Traffic ...

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  • Could Speed Limiters Prevent Deadly California Truck Crashes?
    Could Speed Limiters Prevent Deadly California Truck Crashes?

    Tractor-trailers and other large trucks often weigh 20-30 times as much as passenger vehicles and are significantly taller, which can allow smaller vehicles to slide underneath trucks in crashes. As a ...

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  • Latest Motor Vehicle Crash Fatality Data Should Serve as Wake-Up Call
    Latest Motor Vehicle Crash Fatality Data Should Serve as Wake-Up Call

    Our roadways are growing more dangerous, according to the latest data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). The agency recently confirmed that traffic fatalities spiked more ...

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  • San Diego Car Accident Frequently Asked Questions
    San Diego Car Accident Frequently Asked Questions

    Following a serious car accident , victims are often overwhelmed and unsure of what to do first. To get started, we have assembled a list of frequently asked questions and answers. What should I do if ...

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  • Are Apps the Biggest Distraction for Teen Drivers?
    Are Apps the Biggest Distraction for Teen Drivers?

    While texting behind the wheel is a frequent cause of distraction for teen drivers, cell phone applications may be more dangerous, according to a new study. It found that 68 percent of teen drivers ...

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