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Teen Texting & Driving: A Comprehensive Guide for Parents

We all know how dangerous it is to drive while your attention is diverted elsewhere. Many of us may remember our mothers yelling at the rambunctious kids in the backseat: “Be quiet! Your father is trying to drive!” Today, there […]

Local Hospitals’ Latest Safety Scores Remain Underwhelming

In the latest nationwide hospital safety scores report released for Spring 2017, 3 Louisville-area hospitals maintained a “D” grade while most other area hospitals scores were mediocre. The Leapfrog Group (“Leapfrog”), a Washington D.C.-area non-profit watchdog group, conducts the bi-annual […]

How At Risk Are People With Dementia

Alzheimer’s disease affects approximately 5.4 million people in the United States, including approximately 200,000 people who have early-onset Alzheimer’s. With the nation’s aging population, the number of people with Alzheimer’s is projected to increase dramatically in the decades ahead. According […]

Ford recalls 441,000 vehicles over 3 separate safety issues

Ford Motor Company has announced three separate safety issue recalls involving more than 441,000 vehicles. The first involves lack of coolant circulation that increases the risk of engine fire, the second is an expanded recall over defective side door latches […]

VW pleads guilty in scandal

German automaker Volkswagen (VW) pleaded guilty Friday to three criminal charges in the diesel emissions scandal first revealed in September 2015. The guilty pleas were part of a $4.3 Billion settlement VW reached with the U. S. Justice Department for […]

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