New technology can keep lithium batteries like those in our phones from heating up, failing, or exploding, researchers report.
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Winter is the prime season for carbon monoxide poisoning. Learn what you need to know to keep you and your family safe at home and while traveling.
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The specifc wording of news reports about car crashes can shift perceptions about what happened and who's to blame for the accident.
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Certain types of urban planning, with plenty of public transportation and low speed blocks, are best for reducing road injuries.
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Here's why communication and language are so important when it comes to flight safety for travelers around the world.
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New research marks "a step forward in designing superior body armor that will safeguard against even more powerful firearms during combat."
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A survey of gun owners at a firearm safety event shows that an alarming number don't lock their guns up safely—even in the presence of children.
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Researchers are teaching a self-driving DeLorean named MARTY to drift its way through an obstacle course of cones. See it in action for yourself.
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To perceive self-driving cars as safe, they have to have certain personality traits, researchers say. Here are the ones that matter most.
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