Jul 24, 2018

What to Do If You Start to Hydroplane

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If you’ve never hydroplaned, consider yourself lucky. It’s a pretty scary feeling, when you realize that the car is moving and you can’t control where it goes. Cars are likely to hydroplane when there’s a severe storm, a hurricane, or any event that produces a lot of water on the roads. Cars that hydroplane are [...]

May 16, 2016

NFL’s Acknowledgement of Football-CTE Link Helps Victims Everywhere

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As recently as February, the NFL denied any link between the sport and the neurodegenerative disease chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE). During a congressional committee hearing on March 14, Jeff Miller, the league’s senior vice president for health and safety, became the first NFL official to publicly acknowledge that football players have a higher risk of [...]

Jan 28, 2016

America’s Historic Landmarks; a Safety Risk Worth Preserving

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When Eisenhower spearheaded the development of the interstate highway system, part of the plan included standards for minimum vertical clearance of bridges. These standards were developed with the aid of the military to allow unhindered movement of troops and supplies. The strategic move led to a standardization of roadways and cargo trucks that is still [...]

Jul 20, 2015

Ice Cream Makers Can’t Seem to Eliminate Listeria Contamination

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Columbus, Ohio-based ice cream manufacturer Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams has stopped production for the second time since April due to listeria contamination. This shutdown comes on the heels of Texas-based Blue Bell Creameries shutdown in April after 3 deaths were related to listeria-contaminated products. In both cases, the source of listeria contamination is unknown. However, [...]