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Year: 2021

New York law bans the use of electronic cigarettes at school, including at all public and private schools and in vehicles used to transport students.  You may have heard various terms to describe electronic nicotine delivery systems, such as electronic cigarettes, e-cigarettes, e-cigs, vapes, vaporizers, or vape pens. No matter…

This morning on my way to work I noticed something rather strange. There was no traffic heading east on Route 4 in Teaneck, NJ. It did not take much knowledge or wisdom to figure out something terrible was ahead of me headed west on Route 4 toward River Edge and…

It’s easy to allow your emotions to get the best of you behind the wheel. Driving can be frustrating when you are stuck in traffic or cut off by someone more interested in a phone conversation than the road. But road rage and aggressive driving can lead to auto accidents….

Biking is more popular today than ever before in New Jersey and across the country. Cycling increased steadily each year over a recent 13-year period, from 39.69 million to 48.88 million people who choose to bike regularly. The pandemic caused a further surge in cycling, with some cities seeing increases…

It is estimated that 2.5 million children and adults suffer a traumatic brain injury (TBI) in the U.S. each year. Brain injuries can occur from any trauma sustained to the head, such as sports injuries, falls, and car accidents. The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association reports that half a million children visit emergency rooms…

With an average of over 200 bicyclist or pedestrian fatalities each year, we have to wonder, “Is New Jersey too dangerous for bicyclists?” And, what are the best steps our state can take to prevent bicycle accidents? For the most recent year for which data is available, the New Jersey State…