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A Step Toward Preventing Teen Driver Car Accidents: Smart Start

The California Highway Patrol (CHP) offers a Smart Start course for 15- to 19-year-olds and their parents as part of its mission to limit the number of new teen drivers involved in car accidents each year. Throughout the United States, motor vehicle accidents are the leading cause of death among teens and young adults aged…

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Researchers offer hope for something better than ‘time will tell’ for TBI

According to the Centers for Disease Control, 1.7 million people each year suffer a traumatic brain injury (TBI). Falls lead the list of common causes of TBI, followed by motor vehicle accidents, struck-by incidents and assaults. Over 50,000 people die each year from traumatic brain injury. Children under four and adults over 75 make up…

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Preventing bicycle accidents for San Francisco commuters

After closely studying the bicycle commuters of the San Francisco Bay area and Portland, Oregon, the Mineta Transportation Institute encourages cyclists throughout California and beyond to pedal on. Its report, Promoting Bicycle Commuter Safety, was sponsored by the California Department of Transportation. The reports notes a few important statistics: Men are more likely to be the…

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Consumer Tips – California Child Safety Seat Requirements

At the beginning of this year, California law related to child safety seats changed. Children must now ride in the back seat with an appropriate passenger restraint until turning 8 years old or reaching 4’9″ in height. The California Highway Patrol reports that these simple changes will reduce the risk of serious injury to children…

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Workplace discrimination based on sexual orientation

In light of the recent news concerning California’s Prop 8, it seems prudent to bring attention to issues related to workplace discrimination based on sexual orientation. This includes being treated differently or harassed because of your real or perceived sexual orientation — whether gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, or heterosexual. While Federal laws tend to have…

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