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Injury risks for cyclist commuters

In recent years, cycling has become much more than simply a favorite pastime. An increasing number of people are using bikes as their primary mode of transport. Cycling to work brings numerous benefits, you are staying fit and healthy as well as doing your bit for the environment. However, this

A bumper sticker won’t protect your kids, but these tips might

If you are a new parent, you might have considered getting one of those stickers to put on the back of your car. The ones that warn everyone you have a baby on board. It is unlikely that many drivers will slow down or give you extra space when they

Under what circumstances can a grandparent adopt a grandchild in Louisiana?

It is tragic when grandparents finds themselves in the position where they have to step in and take the place of a child’s parents. You may feel that your grandchild is no longer safe with their parents, and that they would be better off living with you permanently. Fortunately, there

Don’t ask for divorce in the heat of the moment

Many people first bring up divorce in the middle of an argument or disagreement. They feel angry, they’ve already been thinking about divorce, and they just blurt it out to their spouse. You may be right to want a divorce at this time, but it’s probably not the best time

Are digital billboards more dangerous for drivers?

Have you noticed a steady increase in the number of digital billboards along the roadside? It is almost impossible not to. That is why more and more advertisers are turning to them. Imagine you work for a company, and your boss puts you in charge of boosting sales. You contact

Should your family get therapy after adopting a child?

You and your family adopted a child. You have seen some behaviors that worry you. At times, your adoptive child seems happy and they express love for you. At other times, they are angry or distant. You are now wondering if your child’s reactions are normal — or if their

Are nervous drivers a safety risk

When thinking about car accidents, the first things that often come to mind are speeding, aggression and recklessness. Fortunately, not all road users partake in such activities, although a significant number still do. Being cautious is generally thought of as a useful tool in driving safety, but does it ever

Social media and divorce are not a good combination

Oversharing and exaggeration are commonplace on social media. The public has grown to accept this. But while your “friends” may tolerate this behavior, judges and attorney will not, especially in legal cases such as divorce. If you are going through a divorce, what you post on social media, sometimes, may

Addressing angry drivers on your daily commute

Numerous people across LA utilize the roads to get to and from work. Generally, people head to work each day to provide for their families. This makes getting back to them in one piece all the more important. Unfortunately, people can become overwhelmed by stress and personal circumstances, leading them

Increasing following distances could save lives

The following distance that you use on the road should always be one that gives you time to react in case of an emergency. The general rule is that you stay three seconds behind the next car, at a minimum. To calculate how far behind you are, just find something on