SHOW #104 (April 10, 2016)
NEW SURVEY ON DISTRACTED DRIVING. Also: Rising costs for essentials strain family budgets, the growing menace of ransomware, what the 'natural' label food label really means and the right ways to pick up your cat.

               
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Here are links to more information on the stories covered on this show:

National Safety Council: Distracted Driving: One Call Can Change Everything

National Safety Council: April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month

AAA: Distracted Driving

NBC News: Why Are So Many Family Budgets Stretched to the Limit?

Symantec: Ransomware - A Growing Menace (video)

Symantec: Ransomware: How to Stay Safe

WIRED: Why Hospitals Are the Perfect Targets for Ransomware

Consumer Reports:  Peeling Back the 'Natural' Food Label

Consumer Reports: The Trouble With Labels Like 'Natural' and 'All Natural'

Vetstreet.com: Fear Free Tips for Picking Up and Holding a Cat



Mikkel Becker is a certified trainer specializing in dogs and cats, co-author
of five books in the Ultimate Pet Lover series and the resident trainer for
Vetstreet.com. Mikkel, who lives in the Puget Sound area, does personalized
pet training. You can contact her at Mikkel.Becker@gmail.com.

 


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