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Takata Airbags recalled tops 33.8 million vehicles

Photo credit: It was announced on May 19, that more Takata airbags are being recalled due to safety issues regarding the degradation of propellant within the airbag over time, totalling more than 33.8 million affected vehicles. The U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) has also announced that not only has Takata acknowledge the defects exists,...

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David Higgins and Craig Drew take the cake at Olympus Rally

Shelton hosted the Olympus Rally from May 16 through 17, bringing Rally America and the national competitors to the dirt roads of Washington State. David Higgins and Craig Drew drove their way into first place, using a 2015 Subaru WRX STI, with a time of 2:06:18.7, a nearly two full seconds under the runner up....

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2016 Camaro boasts weight loss, beastly powertrain

© General Motors Chevrolet has been redesigning it’s sixth generation of Camaro, improving handling, creating a lighter body with a more nimble response and giving consumers more options for the powertrain. “Redesigning the Camaro is thrilling and challenging all at once, but the secret is to offer something more,” said Mark Reuss, General Motors executive...

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Facing the Facts of Childhood Obesity

As childhood obesity rates continue to rise worldwide, we are now approaching the level of a major public health crisis. While that is common knowledge among experts, the alarming news doesn’t seem to reach millions upon millions of parents who keep overfeeding their offspring with unhealthy meals and fattening treats. In fact, many of those...


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