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Since the 1960s, auto manufacturers have incorporated innovative technologies into their vehicles to make them safer. Seatbelts, anti-lock brakes, crumple zones, and airbags have collectively saved hundreds of thousands of lives. One of the most exciting developments over the last decade is computer-assisted collision avoidance technology, which claims to prevent crashes…

Today marks the 21st anniversary of the 911 terrorist attack.  Many people still clearly recall where they were and what they were doing at the exact moment they first learned about the attack.   For the days and weeks that followed, the public watched with admiration the courage, selflessness, and…

The benefits of sleeping for at least eight hours each night are widely known and accepted by the general public. Proper rest is associated with increased productivity, improved concentration, and a boosted mood. However, as a tired driver, you are not just less friendly to your passengers onboard—you are also…

People enjoying the privacy of their apartments take it for granted that they are safe from injury, especially from the ceiling above.  However, that may not always be the case. Ceiling collapses are more common than one would think, especially in low-income housing.  Most ceiling collapses are caused by water…

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), drunk driving causes an average of 32 fatalities every day in the United States — or one every 45 minutes. There were nearly 12,000 people killed in drunk driving crashes in one recent year alone, accounting for more than a quarter of all…

Over a million people serving in the US military began their careers at Camp Lejeune in Jacksonville, North Carolina. This 246 square mile US Marine Corps Base camp, active since 1941, sitting on 14 miles of beaches between two deep water ports of Wilmington and Morehead City, makes it a…