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Todd Dills

A vote for stool consistency

| September 02, 2008

The latest factors proclaimed to increase “the odds ratio for a car crash,” according to a report from Melbourne, Australia, newspaper The Age titled “Truckers ignoring their mental health,” are depression and other brain issues. The Australians’ concern over depression as a crash-risk exacerbater seemed to one-up late U.S. worry over sleep apnea, use of the drug Chantix, road rage, putting on makeup, talking on cell phones and CBs, and other vanguard crash-risk-increasing factors, leading to the inevitable question: What’s next?