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What Pregnant Women Need To Know When Driving

If you or someone you know is pregnant there is a new study out that finds that pregnant women are more likely to get into a car accident than if they were not pregnant. We know that pregnancy leads to strange cravings and morning sickness but it also leads to bad driving.  The study of half a million women reveals that before becoming pregnant women averaged 177 car accidents per month while they are pregnant the average went up to 252 crashes per month.  Researchers said the reason for the increase may be due to common side effects of being pregnant, including nausea, fatigue and distraction.  Researchers also revealed that men of the same age are still at a higher risk of crashing then pregnant women.

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