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Football Injuries: Keeping Teens Safe and Holding Coaches Accountable

November 14, 2018   |  
Football is a major part of many Americans’ lives – including student-athletes. This contact sport has a high risk of serious injuries including concussions. Such injuries can have drastic impacts on the futures of middle- and high-school players. Coaches and schools have a responsibility to protect their student players, which...
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How Driving Drowsy Can Be More Dangerous Than Driving Drunk

November 6, 2018   |  
It’s a universally accepted fact that driving drunk is dangerous and has a high risk of leading to accidents. Many people don’t recognize is that driving while drowsy can be just as dangerous, if not more so, as driving under the influence of alcohol. Multitudes of Americans get less than...
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Why Are American Roads Becoming Deadlier?

October 29, 2018   |  
Statistics released by the National Safety Council on roadway fatalities revealed that in 2017, driver fatalities dipped slightly from previous years. In 2017, motor vehicle accidents claimed 40,100 lives compared to 40,327 in 2016. The 1% decline is not necessarily an indication of progress though, but a leveling from the...
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What Should You Do After an Accident?

October 11, 2018   |  
When you're involved in an accident, it can be very stressful. From speaking to the police to managing hospital bills, or even dealing with the insurance company afterward; it's all overwhelming and takes away from what's most important: your recovery. Unfortunately, this stress can lead to you making mistakes that...
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Ford Truck Recall 2018: What to Do If a Manufacturer Recalls Your Car

September 26, 2018   |  
In September of 2018, American vehicle manufacturer Ford issued a recall notice for more than two million of their F-150 pickup trucks due to a defective seat belt issue. The Ford F-150 is the most popular pickup truck in America, and the recall affects model years 2015-2018 trucks produced between...
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The Appearance of Bird Scooters Brings Safety Concerns

September 25, 2018   |  
North Carolina streets and sidewalks have been overrun with Bird scooters. These electric scooters are similar to bike share and car share programs such as Uber and Lyft but provide an easier way to navigate around heavy city traffic. Electric scooter companies tout them as an innovative and environmentally friendly...
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Preparing for the Uncertainty of Hurricane Florence

September 11, 2018   |  
As we're all aware, Hurricane Florence is scheduled to make landfall in North Carolina late Thursday afternoon. Currently, a category 4 storm, residents of the state can expect to experience extreme to catastrophic damages including powerful winds, extreme flooding and limited resources including electricity. Hurricanes are one of nature’s most...
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Don’t Get Bitten By Road Gators

September 10, 2018   |  
Many truck companies retread their expensive tires to get more use out of them. This means they remove the worn tread and apply an entirely new tread to the tire’s casing. Some companies use cement to attach the new tread, while others use a molding and curing process for retreading....
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Roundup Lawsuit: Your Questions Answered

August 30, 2018   |  
The popular weed killer, Roundup, is receiving much attention from the media as of late. This is due to the recent trial held in San Francisco for a man who has non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma cancer after years of using the popular herbicide. So why are people suing Monsanto, the manufacturer of...
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Tips to Keep North Carolina Kids Safe on the Way Back to School

August 26, 2018   |  
It’s that time of year again. Kids of all ages are headed back to school. Whether kids attend an elementary school, charter school, high school, private school, or special education center; these students all have one thing in common: the need to arrive safely to and from school. The first...
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