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Seat belted Victims of Car Crashes Show Better Recovery

Recent research has indicated that car crash victims who wear seat belts show better chances of recovery even from the emergency rooms than those who don’t//. The research has revealed that of the 24,000 car accident patients, brought to the ER, the victims without seatbelts were three times mo...

Courtney Love Cracks a Joke on Her anorexic Appearance

...w songs from her upcoming Linda Perry-produced album including "How Dirty Girls Get Clean" and the title track, "Nobody's Daughter." She also belted out a few Hole classics, including "Celebrity Skin" and "Miss World." ...

Unbelted Backseat Passengers Produce Deadly Results

... an unbelted passenger slamming into the seat of a belted driver. The risk of severe injury was not evid...evere chest and head trauma for both passenger and belted driver, according to Mayrose. The injuries wer...age placed in the seat behind you, if they are not belted or safely secured, they can inflict fatal injuries...

Fasten belt at the back seat

...ll of increased five times if there was someone in the back not wearing their seat belt. The researchers think that if these rear-seat passengers had belted up, 60 per cent of the deaths could have been prevented. The message is clear - belt up in the back, as well as the front, if you want to save a life....
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