SHOW #105 (April 17, 2016)
C-SECTION RATE TOO HIGH, STUDY FINDS. Also: Higher speed limits result in dramatic increase in deaths, Ford F-150 aces new crash test, cyber threats grow dramatically in number and seriousness, and preventing pet suffocation.

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

Consumer Reports: Your Biggest C-Section Risk May Be Your Hospital

KOMO News: Local Hospitals Rated for Avoiding Unnecessary C-Section Deliveries

Consumer Reports: Childbirth: What to Reject When You're Expecting

IIHS: Speed limit increases cause 33,000 deaths in 20 years

IIHS: Tough test for Pickups: Ford F-150 Nabs Lone Good Rating for Small Overlap Protection

NBC News: Cyber Threats Are 'Mind Blowing,' Crooks Getting Smarter

PreventiveVet.com: Pet Suffocation Awareness

Pet Suffocation Awareness: Free Poster Download

KOMO News: Consumer Reports Analyzes Terms to Find the Best Prepaid Cards



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