Month: February 2016

Feeling upset? Study says don’t get behind the wheel

If you drive when you’re sad or mad, you have a greater chance of crashing than if you’re tired, according to a new study. Drivers who are emotionally upset increase their risk of crashing by nearly 10 times, researchers from Virginia Tech found. In contrast, driving while fatigued makes a crash

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How to improve your driving when the rain arrives

Many Southern Californians are wondering: what happened to El Niño? The torrential rains brought by a conveyor belt of storms has not materialized this winter, but scientists say it’s still coming. El Niño expert Bill Patzert of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory says the squalls are coming a month later than

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