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August 2018 Archives

"Ghost bikes" highlight the prevalence of deadly accidents

Drivers across the country may soon start seeing more "ghost bikes" – bicycles painted all white and placed at the scene of fatal accidents to commemorate fallen cyclists. The memorials have taken on global significance since their grassroots beginnings more than 15 years ago. They help humanize cyclists while serving as a somber reminder to share the road.

As the need for nurses increases, the profession's appeal declines

Nurses face daily battles to keep up with the demand for their services. Today, there are more Americans over the age of 65 than any other time in U.S. history. By 2030, there will be an estimated 70 million people over the age of 65. Of that population, many will have multiple chronic health conditions, according to Vice News.

Technology created distracted driving. Now it might end it.

Today's new drivers have had smartphones for close to six years by the time they earn their driver's license. Cellphones are so significant in their lives that they're spending an average of nine hours a day staring at screens. When you look at the rates of distracted driving and see that over half of all U.S. drivers use their cell phones while driving at least once a day, you wonder, will your teen be in the minority or the majority?

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