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Breathalyzer-Locked Car Ignitions Are Saving Lives, Study Says

Deaths decline 15 percent in states that require the technology for offenders.

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How to Spot a Credit Card Skimmer

Check before you swipe. Here’s how it all works.

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How to Make Sure Your Life Jacket Would Save Your Life

These inflatable vests will do their job — if you do yours and choose the right one.

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11 Spring Cleaning Mistakes to Avoid

Get your home fresh and clean without hurting yourself or the planet.

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Your Next Car Might Be a Better Driver than You

Chances are it will have automatic emergency braking and other do-it-itself safety features.

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How to Treat Neck Pain without Seeing a Chiropractor

Having a pain in the neck is such a, well, pain in the neck.

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Can Changing Your Passwords Too Often Backfire?

If it means you use dumb passwords, the answer may be “yes.”

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Chicken of the Sea Recalls More Than 100,000 Cans of Tuna

The product might be undercooked due to an equipment malfunction.

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The Happiest Countries in the World

Denmark takes the cake in a new annual ranking. See where the U.S. stands.

Many U.S. cities face potential risk in summer of low, moderate, or high populations of the mosquito species that transmits Zika virus (colored circles).Many U.S. cities face potential risk in summer of low, moderate, or high populations of the mosquito species that transmits Zika virus (colored circles).

Scientists Pick U.S. Cities Where Zika Might Hit This Summer

Weather and travel patterns could expose people as far north as New York City.

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Bumble Bee Recalls More Than 30,000 Cases of Chunk Light Tuna

The company discovered improper sterilization at a third-party packing facility.

Britain's Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall (C), watches a display by a working dog as she visits Medical Detection Dogs (MDD) charity in Great Horwood, outside Milton Keynes, north of London, on February 20, 2013. Britain's Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall (C), watches a display by a working dog as she visits Medical Detection Dogs (MDD) charity in Great Horwood, outside Milton Keynes, north of London, on February 20, 2013.

Human Diseases and Conditions Dogs Really Can Sniff

Man's best friend is becoming medicine's best friend.

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Pigeons in London Cry Fowl Over Air Pollution

Backpack-sporting birds measured pollution levels this week.

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5 Women Whose Inventions Made the World Safer

From fire escapes to the material in bulletproof vests, these inventions continue to help keep us safe.

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6 Ways Drones Are Making Us Safer

In the right hands, this high-flying technology can do a world of good.