Rupturing Takata airbags have been implicated in 10 US deaths and over a hundred serious bodily injuries, including blindings, severe shrapnel wounds and the like. Recently, the US Department of Transportation added another 35-40 million US vehicles to a recall schedule which already had placed 28.8 vehicles currently on the road on the recall list….

Good for you if you don’t text and drive, but there are many other dangerous distractions out there. Learn more from this infographic.

That new car might come with a snazzy hands-free system, but it still might not keep you from being distracted while driving. Click the link to get a glimpse of recent research and hands-free technology.  Hands-free isn’t danger-free.

Ten percent of teen drivers involved in fatal crashes were distracted. The first step to keep teens safe is to lead by example. Click here to learn more.

Distracted driving is on the rise, especially among teens. Learn more during April – National Distracted Driving Awareness Month. Check out the link below. You Should Know

Johnson & Johnson was recently required to pay $72 million by a Missouri jury to the family of a woman whose death from ovarian cancer was linked to several decades use of the company’s talc-based Baby Powder and Shower to Shower products. Researchers have studied the possible link between ovarian cancer and talcum powder since…

2014 was initially reported as the lowest number of Minnesota traffic deaths since 1944 (356 both years).  Even revised (361), the death rate was still lower than 2013 (387), continuing a steady, downward trend.  But 2015’s death count (405) continued the movement upwards, approaching the 411 deaths in 2010.  Is MNDOT’s Toward Zero Deaths program…

I’ve repeatedly spoken out and publicized the problems of texting while driving and have handled more than a fair share of clients (including a high school classmate of mine) who were seriously injured by texting drivers. Like everyone I know, I’ve come close myself to colliding with driving texters and cellphone users. I had thought,…

When we place an elderly or disabled loved one in a nursing home or long-term care facility, we expect they will receive proper care and will be safe. Unfortunately, that’s not always the case. Click the link below to read more.

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