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25 October 2013 1 View comments The world may be increasingly uncivil and the workplace is no exception. A U.S. study has found that checking text messages or taking a call during a meeting or business lunch is unacceptable to the majority of people.
The Salt Lake Tribune First Published 1 minute ago Updated 1 minute ago New drivers will be prohibited from talking on their cell phones while they're behind the wheel, under legislation that Gov. Gary Herbert signed. "Teen drivers don't need
Put it down and use your hands free device." And they plan to hand out many more tickets the department received grant funding to pay for overtime. "We may have five different officers come in on their day off just to do distracted driving
Tuesday 23 October 2012 Last Update 22 October 2012 10:41 pm I read Afshan Aziz's report with interest (Cell phone use on the road is a menace, Oct. 22). This was about the risks of cell phone use during driving a car, which is indeed a menace. She
The Health Protection Agency today publishes a large-scale review of the evidence to date on the links between mobile phone use and brain cancer...The publication triggered the following headlines in this morning's papers with the Guardian and
not even on a hands-free phone. It's a standard that goes beyond anything on the books in any state...The data on accidents involving cell phones is inconclusive, the government is not our nanny, and eating a chili dog while driving is dangerous, too.
here's a study that says your phone isn't giving you brain cancer It's being described as the largest study of cell phone use ever conducted. The investigation , led by the Institute of Cancer Epidemiology in Copenhagen, followed upwards of 350,000
Danish researchers can offer some reassurance if you're concerned about your cellphone: Don't worry...The biggest study ever to examine the possible connection between cellphones and cancer found no evidence of any link, suggesting that billions of
The use of mobile phones is increasing among children and adolescents. Experts warn of the dangers, since children are more vulnerable to radiation. In a recent study, an international research team concluded that mobile-phone use among children does
Secretary of Transportation Ray La Hood is ecstatic over the success of two year-long distracted driving programs sponsored by his department. Both showed significant drops in texting and cell phone use by drivers. In Syracuse, NY, both cell phone