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There’s a growing crisis across the country, and most parents are still unaware of the dangers to their kids. The attached link will educate you on the risks, and another link to a news story on the near death of two teens due to fentanyl.
Drinking alcohol and driving is an incredibly dangerous combination – one that can have long-lasting, life-altering consequences for both you and the people around you. Unfortunately, in spite of all the public campaigns warning against it and its subsequent legal penalties, many people still get behind the wheel after having had a drink or two believing they’ll be able to do so safely. But drinking impairs motor skills as well as judgment; even if your blood alcohol content (BAC) is below what is considered legally inebriated, there’s a significant risk involved with operating a vehicle while under the influence of…
Our ubiquitous devices – cell phones – are not as innocuous as they seem. This comprehensive exploration into the science of cell phone addiction unveils a disturbing pattern: these devices, despite their numerous advantages, might be putting our lives in danger more than we realize. Strategic Design Leading to Addiction Cell phones, as revealed by research, have been meticulously designed to foster addiction. By tapping into our inherent need for social connection, rewards, and constant stimulation, technologists have managed to capture our undivided attention. This addictive design has consequences, with driver distraction due to cell phone usage standing out as…
– are all terrifyingly dangerous often resulting in injury and death on our roadways.