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Blog Posts in November, 2011

  • Driving Safety for Teenage Drivers

    Posted By Page1Admin || 30-Nov-2011

    The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety recently released a study which found that teenagers are more likely to crash in their first month of driving then they are in the next two years of driving. The most significant mistakes during the first month are failing to slow down, failing to yield and a lack of attention. During this period, a parent or guardian who accompanied the new driver during the ...
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  • Steve Jobs on Death

    Posted By Page1Admin || 28-Nov-2011

    This is the third in three installments about Steve Jobs' commencement speech delivered to Stanford University in June 2005, and this blog is adopted from that address. In his address, Mr. Jobs told three stories. Each story set out a part of Mr. Jobs' philosophy for life. The third story was about death. Mr. Jobs stated that the realization that death will come, helped him make the big choices in ...
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  • Steve Jobs on "Connecting the Dots"

    Posted By Page1Admin || 21-Nov-2011

    This is the first in three installments about Steve Jobs' commencement speech delivered to Stanford University in June 2005, and this blog is adopted from that address. In his address, Mr. Jobs told three stories. Each story set out a part of Mr. Jobs' philosophy for life. The first story was about "connecting the dots." Mr. Jobs dropped out of college because he did not see any value in it - he ...
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  • General Motors has ordered a recall of 38,000 of its Pontiac G8 Sedans, following recent crash-tests of the vehicles. GM discovered that, when the front passenger seat is moved forward, close to the dashboard, to accommodate a passenger approximately the size of a woman 4' 11" in height, the position of the seat triggered a fault in the deployment of the passenger-side airbag. This fault caused ...
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  • Tips to keep kids safe in and around vehicles

    Posted By Page1Admin || 14-Nov-2011

    • Walk around and behind a vehicle priorto moving it. • Know where your kids are. Make children move away from your vehicle to a place where they are in full view and/or have another adult supervise children before moving your vehicle. • Teach children that "parked" vehiclesmight move. Let them know that theycan see the vehicle; but the driver might not be able to see them. • Consider installing ...
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  • On March 4, 2011, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced that it would reclassify Topamax and its generic version, Topiramate, from a Pregnancy Category C to a Pregnancy Category D following receipt of new data from the North American Antiepileptic Drug (NAAED) Pregnancy Registry, which indicates an increased risk of birth defects, such as cleft lip and cleft palate among babies born to ...
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