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NY police crack down on drunk driving during 18-day campaign

The national "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over" campaign just wrapped up an 18-day crackdown period, with New York state police issuing more than 43,000 tickets from August 19 to September 5. Governor Como said in a press release that the state has "zero tolerance" for impaired and reckless driving.

Study finds medical errors are third leading cause of death in the US

As patients, we rely on medical professionals to treat us safely and effectively. As friends, relatives and parents, we also must trust them to take care of the people we love. However, a recent study by Johns Hopkins researchers show that seeking medical treatment can often be deadly.

New York considers "textalyzer" technology to fight distracted driving

It is no secret that distracted driving is a growing problem, contributing to a significant amount of serious car accidents in New York. But unlike drunk driving, which can be identified using a Breathalyzer, it has been difficult to prove distraction in motor vehicle accident cases - until now.

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