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Fed study: Snorers doze off driving twice as much as non-snorers

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Transportation,Health,Paul Bedard,Washington Secrets,CDC
Snoring isn’t just hazardous to your marriage. In one of the more interesting federal studies that landed in the Secrets in box, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has found that snoring also boosts the chances of falling asleep while driving, responsible for 7,500 fatal motor vehicle crashes a year, a quarter of the nation's highway deaths. In a study of 92,102 people, the Feds...