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How Can Falls be Prevented in Older Adults?

September 27, 2021

Did you know that falls among adults aged 65 and older are common and costly? According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, falls are...

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Safety Assist Technology: Do Young or Older Drivers Benefit More?

September 20, 2021

Today’s vehicles are continually evolving in terms of the type and amount of technology available to drivers. Some examples are push button starts, electric power assist steering, smartphone integration, fully digital gauges, and infotainment systems. Additionally, most of today’s vehicles also come equipped with active safety...

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Teenage Driving Safety: How Can We Keep Young Drivers Safe?

August 27, 2021

Motor vehicles accidents (MVAs) remain a leading cause of death and injury to teenagers and young adults. In 2019, 2,400 teenagers aged 13–19 were killed, and about 258,000 were treated in emergency departments for injuries suffered in MVAs [1].

Teenage drivers are involved in MVAs for several different reasons. The most common risk
factors include...

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Car Seats and Child Safety: How to Keep Children Safe?

July 15, 2021

Motor vehicle accidents remain among the leading causes of death in children aged 1 to 13. Incorrect car seat usage may contribute to this total...

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Accident Reconstruction and Simulation Software

June 29, 2021

Accident Reconstructionists have many tools at their disposal to aid in the reconstruction of accidents. One such tool is Accident Reconstruction simulation software, for example PC Crash or Virtual Crash, which allow for the simulation of collision and pre and post collision trajectories...

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Biking Boon: How Can Cyclists on the Road Stay Safe?

June 17, 2021

With the arrival of warmer weather and many areas continuously in lockdown due to COVID-19, more and more people are taking up bicycling. In fact, US bike sales in May 2020 more than doubled from the previous year.[1] And in Canada, 30% of people who occasionally rode their bikes before the pandemic reported increased cycling activity since the beginning of COVID-19.[2]

Of course, with an increasing number of cyclists on the road, so too are the overall risks and number of accidents involving cyclists likely to rise...

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