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TRAFFIC, Weather, Earthquake & Other Useful Links

Posted on 23 March 2010 by Monica Zech

Getting Around As Safely As Possible…the following links can help!

Since leaving the world of traffic reporting, I rarely hear any traffic reporter give “alternate routes”…or, they’ll say “it’s the usual slowdown” with no detailed information! The following web sites can give you the full picture on traffic, weather – even earthquake activity!

Please get in the habit of checking these traffic sites before heading out the door, so you’ll know what’s really happening out there – and most important – the areas to avoid. Good planning can save you time – and reduce tragedies! Always buckle-up and follow laws made for our safety!

Note: On this site, you’ll also find where’s the cheapest gas, a good car buying site and other helpful information.

Monica Zech

TRAFFIC Information & more!

*Make it a SAFE ride – no cell phone use behind the wheel – unless it’s an emergency!

Earthquake?

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Alcohol & Other Drugs – What You Should Know

Posted on 08 March 2010 by Ron Cook

What You Need To Know About Alcoholism

Research shows that teens believe that using prescription drugs is
safer than using illegal drugs, because they are medication. They also
think that having and using prescription drugs is legal. These and other
myths may help fuel a recent increase in teen drug abuse. See more
information below.

Teen Prescription Drug Use Fueled by Myths

Experts examining the recent increase in prescription drug abuse by teens believe that the trend is fueled in part by myths and misunderstandings surrounding the drugs in general.
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‘It Won’t Happen to My Teen’

Many parents just do not want to believe that their children will become involved in the use of drugs, prescription or illegal. It’s one of the myths surrounding teen prescription drug abuse: it won’t happen to my child.
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More Bad News for Alcohol-Energy Drinkers


A recent study found that bar-hopping college students who mixed alcohol with energy drinks were more likely to be very intoxicated and more likely to drive while drinking.
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