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While taking my morning walk, I saw probably a dozen or more cars. I could plainly see two of the drivers—teenagers—texting, and at least six of the other drivers were talking on their cell phones. This need to be constantly in a conversation amazes me, and when I read this in an article: Researchers at Cohen Children’s Medical Center in New Hyde Park estimate more than 3,000 annual teen deaths nationwide from texting and 300,000 injuries, in Long Island Newsday, I could only shake my head and say: Read the rest of this entry »

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