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November 2013 Archives

Supplements recalled due to potentially dangerous ingredient

Texas residents who take supplements should be aware of a recent recall by Physique Enhancing Science, also known as PES. The company recently issued a recall for two products: Enhanced, a supplement taken before workouts and Alphamine, a fat burner. An ingredient called aegeline is used in both products and was recently flagged by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration because it may be unsafe.

NHTSA: fatal accidents up in the US for the first time since 2005

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration recently announced that the number of fatal traffic accidents rose in the U.S. last year, marking the first increase in traffic fatalities since 2005. The agency also said that most of that 3.3-percent increase was due to an increase in virtually every type of traffic accident except car crashes, including a 4.6-percent jump in fatal drunk-driving accidents.

There's a new form of distracted driving -- and it's a shocker

If you know anyone under about age 25, you’ve probably noticed that they have a hard time putting down their smart phones. This may be responsible for the dramatic increase in distracted driving among young adults.

Women say adverse medical events linked to Essure birth control

Texans should keep this in mind when choosing to use a particular drug or medical device: just because a drug or device is approved by the Food and Drug Administration does not necessarily mean the product is safe.

Yes, parents have a real impact on preventing teen drunk driving

Of all the factors at play in the car accident rate among teen drivers, parental involvement is by far the most important, according to the Governors Highway Safety Association, or GHSA. For parents who discount such statements as nonsense meant to make them feel good, here’s one statistic that may change your mind: when supportive parents set driving rules and monitor their kids’ behavior, teen drivers are 71 percent less likely to drive drunk.

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