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Dangerous Intersections: The Spotlight of DC City Council Efforts

Dangerous Intersections

DC officials are looking at five different intersections in the city to analyze ways that they can help minimize dangerous accidents involving motorcycles, vehicles, pedestrians and bikes.

These were determined to be the five most dangerous intersections across the district. Leaders are now visiting these intersections in order to look for how traffic moves through them and to identify ways to make them safer.

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The Status of America’s Car Culture: What Does it Mean for Accidents?

America Car Culture

Are people just not that interested in cars anymore? An industry that was once essential for American prosperity and in fact the symbol of travel, ease, and interstate commerce doesn’t hold as much appeal with younger generations, according to research.

This is despite the fact that some automakers are working hard towards autonomous vehicles, propping up this new technology as the potential wave of the future.

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Heartburn Medications Linked to Kidney Disease

If you suffer from heartburn, you know firsthand how it can severely affect your quality of life. For most sufferers, getting relief is a top priority.

Many people turn to over-the-counter and prescription medications designed to treat heartburn and gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). Known as proton pump inhibitors, these drugs are also used to treat numerous other conditions, such as ulcers and acid reflux.

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Why You Shouldn’t DIY Your Divorce

Divorce

DivorceAmericans are a nation of go-getters and do-it-yourselfers. Our ancestors crossed oceans and forged through thousands of miles of untamed wilderness to build new lives for themselves and their families.

It’s no wonder we are still fond of tackling big projects on our own. There are even entire television networks devoted to the DIY way of life.

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