Drs. Fernando Wilson, Jim Stimpson, and José A. Pagán gain national media attention for their study, “Fatal crashes from drivers testing positive for drugs in the U.S., 1993 – 2010.” Published in Public Health Reports, the study concluded that approximately 46.5% of fatal crashes involved drugged drivers using prescription drugs in 2010. The study also indicated that while nearly three quarters of drugged drivers used alcohol and cocaine, prescription drugs had the highest increase in prevalence among drugged drivers since the mid-2000s.
This is a news story that succinctly summarizes the propose rule by the EPA to cut carbon emissions.
Universities operating in states that expanded Medicaid may have an option to use Medicaid to pay college health plan premiums and expand the scope of services available to students.
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