Drinking and Driving – What You Need to Know
This podcast is based on the October, 2011 CDC Vital Signs report. Drinking and driving is still a serious problem. Crashes involving alcohol-impaired drivers kill nearly 11,000 people each year. If you’re drinking, designate a non-drinking driver before you start, call a cab, or get a ride home. Also, always wear your seat belt. Seat belts reduce the risk of serious injuries and death in a crash by 50 percent. Created: 10/4/2011 by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Date Released: 10/4/2011. Series Name: CDC Vital Minute.
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