What Percentage Of Motorcycle Riders Have Accidents?

There is an undeniable appeal to motorcycles. Whether you hear one from a distance or see one up close, it’s hard to ignore how cool they seem. This impression of motorcycles has lasted for generations. Though they do seem cool, motorcycles are incredibly dangerous. There are high rates of accidents,

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Baby Food Rules Allow Too Many Toxins According To Congress

Ingredient in many baby foods, including some organic foods are contaminated with heavy metals like arsenic, lead and cadmium at levels far higher than those allowed in products like bottled water congressional investigators reported. Their report underscored the federal government’s lax approach to overseeing the safety of baby food despite

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NTSB Determines Kobe Bryant Pilot Became Disoriented in Clouds

Kobe Bryant along with his daughter and eight others were killed in a Southern California crash last year the N.T.S.B. (National Transportation Safety Board) has determined that cause of the crash was the pilot’s decision to fly into clouds in violation of federal rules. The pilot’s decision blinded him to

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Impossible Burger Tests Positive For Round-Up

As Beyond Meat’s new “Impossible Burger” is bringing increased attention to the alt-protein food category, it’s important to know what’s actually in it. The Impossible Burger was first written about in 2017 when Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) documents uncovered that the FDA disagreed with the company’s safety assessments of

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Water Agency Pays $14 Million After Teens Die In Canal

The families of two 17 year olds who were fatally electrocuted while trying to save a dog from a canal in Dixon each received $7 million in civil settlements from the irrigation district. Jacob Hourmouzus and Jacob Scheider were killed after they jumped in the Weyand Canal off Dixon Avenue

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Boat Where 34 Died Exempt From Safety Rules By Coast Guard

The dive boat where 34 people died was exempted from safety rules designed to make it easier for passengers to escape according to a recent report from the Los Angeles times. The Conception was just one of over 300 small passenger vessels given the special exemptions from federal safety upgrades.

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Study Shows Helmets Save Cyclists Lives

In 2017 Sacramento had the second highest cyclists’ fatality rate in the nation. In 2018 the fatality rate rose by almost 300%! A detailed study proves head injuries are the biggest reason for bike related deaths. Not a single state requires adult riders to wear helmets. Even more troubling is

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