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Blog Posts in October, 2013

  • New Bicycle Laws May Soon Hit D.C. Streets

    Posted By CSCS || 30-Oct-2013

    By: Allan Siegel Last week, Washington, D.C. Mayor Vince Gray signed the Bicycle Safety Amendment Act of 2013 and took a considerable step toward making public roadways safer for bicyclists. Under the Act, bicycle riders will be treated in much the same way as pedestrians. If congress approves the bill, the following measures could become law within the next month: Bicyclists will be permitted to ...
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  • Bus Stop Safety

    Posted By CSCS || 28-Oct-2013

    By: Allan M. Siegel As the days get shorter and especially until daylight savings ends, we need to be extra careful when we send our little ones off to the bus stop. This week the sun will not be rising until about 7:30, but after daylight savings ends the sun will rise at about 6:30. We should always teach our kids proper bus stop safety, but our awareness should be heightened when they are ...
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  • How Effective Are the Side Airbags in My Car?

    Posted By CSCS || 10-Oct-2013

    Authored by Allan M. Siegel Side impact collisions have long been a trouble area among vehicle engineers. In a head-on vehicle collision, the entire engine block acts a crumple zone and provides a protective space between the colliding vehicle and the occupant. In a side impact collision, there is nearly no crumple zone. The door is the only thing between the colliding vehicle and the occupant. In ...
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  • Authored by Allan M. Siegel In the past few years, nearly every state in America has passed laws to increase awareness about the dangers of traumatic brain injuries (TBI) and the impact they have on young athletes. Awareness, however, is only part of the equation and many sports organizations, sports leagues (of all levels), and schools have begun to enforce strict regulations regarding ...
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  • Authored by Joseph Cammarata Did you know that the number one reason for injury and death among people age 65 and older is falls? Did you also know that more than two million older people went to an emergency room in 2000 because of a fall? This information comes from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention according to an article in the Wall Street Journal. You should not be comforted by ...
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