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*The following is excerpted from an online article posted on HealthDay.

When it comes to teens, one risky driving behavior may beget other risky behaviors on the road: New research finds that those who use cellphones while behind the wheel are more likely to engage in other types of risky driving.

"This study found that frequent cellphone use while driving was only one indicator of a more general pattern of risky driving practices associated with prior crashes in young drivers," said study author Elizabeth Walshe, a research scientist at the Center for Injury Research and Prevention (CIRP) at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP).

"Assessment of personality traits, such as impulsivity and sensation-seeking, may be helpful to identify drivers most at risk in order to provide more targeted interventions promoting safe driving," Walshe said in a hospital news release.

The findings suggest that efforts to promote safe driving in teens and young adults should address all types of risky driving associated with impulsivity, the researchers said.

Their study included 384 young drivers (ages 18-24) from across the United States who completed an online survey that assessed their risky driving practices, as well as their history of crashes and impulse-related personality traits.

About 44% of the drivers said they'd been in at least one crash, and 73% reported cellphone use while driving.

Those who used cellphones while behind the wheel were more likely to report other risky driving behaviors such as speeding, aggressive passing, and running red lights.

While cellphone use while driving was not uniquely associated with crashes, it was one of several risky activities related to crashes, according to the study published recently in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.

Source: HealthDay
https://consumer.healthday.com/b-6-14-why-some-youth-are-more-prone-to-text-while-driving-2653320836.html

*The following is excerpted from an online article posted on StudyFinds.

A new study is putting into perspective just how hard COVID-19 quarantines have been for American families. Researchers find it’s been more than seven and a half months since the average grandparent has seen all their grandchildren in person.

The survey of 2,000 American grandparents reveals, because of the pandemic, 59 percent have spent less time with their grandchildren during the past year. Of those, four in five said the hardest part of the pandemic was not seeing their grandchildren as often as they usually would.

Moreover, 77 percent of those who’ve spent less time with their grandchildren said it was difficult not being able to watch their children’s kids grow up in person over the past year.

Conducted by OnePoll on behalf of Motel 6, researchers also found the majority of respondents have a unique relationship with each of their grandchildren. However, it’s been more difficult to cultivate those bonds during the ongoing health crisis. That’s especially true for the two in five who had a new grandbaby born over the past year (42%).

Two-thirds (69%) of those with a new grandchild said that what they’re looking forward to most is meeting them for the very first time. Regardless of whether they have a new family member or not, three in five grandparents (59%) plan to spend more time with their grandchildren in the coming year than ever before.

Source: StudyFinds
https://www.studyfinds.org/grandparents-havent-seen-grandkids/

Trending Today on Twitter - 6/11/21
1. #fridaymorning
2. #June12thProtest
3. #FridayFeeling
4. #EURO2020
5. Golden Corral
6. Barr
7. #FridayMotivation
8. PoloG
9. Good Friday
10. Migos
Source: Twitter

Trending Today on Google - 6/11/21
1. Vegas Golden Knights
2. James Harden
3. Euro2020
4. Kim Jong Un North Korea
5. Nets vs Bucks
6. In the Heights
7. Suns
8. Utah Jazz
9. Elden Ring
10. Epic Games
Source: Google

Top Five on Spotify - 6/11/21
1. good 4 u - Olivia Rodrigo
2. deja vu - Olivia Rodrigo
3. traitor - Olivia Rodrigo
4. Kiss Me More (feat. SZA) - Doja Cat
5. favorite crime - Olivia Rodrigo
Source: Spotify

Top Five on Apple Music - 6/11/21
1. good 4 u - Olivia Rodrigo
2. Hats Off - Lil Baby, Lil Durk & Travis Scott
3. 2040 - Lil Baby & Lil Durk
4. Wands and Needs (feat. Lil Baby) - Drake
5. Who I Want - Lil Baby & Lil Durk
Source: Apple Music

TV Shows Trending on Streaming Services - 6/11/21
1. Loki - Disney+
2. Sweet Tooth - Netflix
3. Mare of Easttown - HBOMax
4. Yellowstone - Peacock
5. Lisey's Story - Apple TV+
Source: Reelgood

Trending Today on YouTube - 6/11/21
1. Migos - Avalanche
2. Battlefield 2042 Official Reveal Trailer
3. White Woman's Instagram - Bo Burnham
4. The Sims 4 Cottage Living: Official Reveal Trailer
5. Golden Buzzer: Nightbirde's Original Song Makes Simon Cowell Emotional - AGT 2021
Source: YouTube

Netflix Top 5 in the U.S. Today - 6/11/21
1. Sweet Tooth
2. Awake
3. Manifest
4. Lucifer
5. Cocomelon
Source: Netflix

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