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As summer draws to a close, we reflect on the dangerous fad of the season: the #InMyFeelings challenge.
Learn about a new CIRP study, published in Health Education and Behavior, that examined novel measures of cell phone use while driving to better understand how and at what speeds adolescents use their cell phone while driving.
This post highlights recent CIRP publications, since April 24, 2018.
In a new Journal of School Nursing podcast, Catherine C. McDonald, PhD, RN talks about her research to develop a theoretically grounded, web-based intervention to address teen driver inattention.
In new research released today, about half of parents surveyed used their cell phone while driving with their 4- to- 10-year-old child.
It remains unclear if distracted driving legislation has had much success in reducing the problem. New research indicates that teens who report texting and taking calls while driving also engage in other intentionally risky driving behaviors, such as ignoring speed limits.
Read more for our monthly roundup of interesting and important news in the world of child injury prevention.
This post highlights recent CIRP publications, since October 4, 2017.
For today's Flashback Friday, we join the National Safety Council and other organizations dedicated to preventing teen crashes by promoting Distracted Driving Awareness Month with a focus on engaged driving.
A curious exchange on Twitter recently occurred after singer Zara Larsson tweeted of her mother’s complaint that she “can’t see” while driving if the in-car music is too loud. Could this be a real phenomenon? Here's what we know based on the science.