It's well-known that using a cell phone while driving can lead to motor vehicle crashes. New research shows that even anticipating calls or messages may distract drivers may increase the risk of a crash.
Texting and cell phone use has led to a significant rise in fatalities due to distracted driving, says a new study from the American Journal of Public Health. Researchers studied trends in distracted driving fatalities and their rel... Read Post
A study including 18,871 Australian drivers published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ) reports that drivers who engaged in self-harm were at increased risk of motor vehicle crashes, even after controlling for psych... Read Post