Emergency Care For You

Walking in Traffic

Protect yourself and your family by doing these things.

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Wake Up! Pills and Driving Are a Deadly Duo

The use of certain medications, especially prescribed anxiolytic hypnotics, tricyclic antidepressants, and some antihistamines put individuals more at risk of drowsiness-related crashes.

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Travelers' First Aid Kit

Add these items to your Home First Aid Kit when preparing your Travelers' First Aid Kit.

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Travel Tips: Be Prepared For The Unexpected

Planning a trip should include learning about your health coverage because you may find that seeking emergency medical service away from home can be complicated and costly.

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Teenage Driving

Per mile driven, teen drivers are more likely to be involved in a fatal crash than other drivers. The increased risk for crashing results from a combination of inexperience and immaturity, particularly a tendency toward risky behavior.

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Speed

Emergency physicians see the tragic consequences of speeding firsthand.

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Seat Belt Fact Sheet

Safety belts are the most effective means of reducing deaths and serious injuries in traffic crashes.

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Road Rage: Life In The Aggressive Lane

Aggressive driving is a factor in thousands of highway deaths a year. Aggressive driving consists of violent outbursts-also known as "road rage."

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Protect Your Kids in the Car

The safest place for any child 13 years old and under is in the back seat.

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Cruise Ship Travel

Many of the tips for foreign travel apply to cruise ship travel. Injuries are one of the most common reason passengers need medical care on cruise ships, but illnesses can also occur.

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