Health Tip: Pay Attention Behind the Wheel
(HealthDay News) -- Talking on the phone, texting or focusing on a GPS device while driving is dangerous for you and any of your passengers.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention offers this advice:
Never text and drive.
Remain alert when driving. If you become sleepy or distracted, pull over.
If the driver in a car you are riding in is distracted, speak up.
Volunteer to promote safe driving in your community.
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