When the riders of Team Sky made their American cycling debut at the Amgen Tour of California last year, they seized the opportunity to engage and inspire cycling fans in the U.S., just as they had done so successfully in the U.K. This year, the team returns to California as the reigning champions, and they are expanding on their initial mission to engage American cycling fans in a number of new ways.
10 nonprofits led by The Food Trust are working collectively to make kids healthier
March 19, 2015 /3BL Media/ - GSK [LSE/NYSE: GSK] and The Philadelphia Foundation announced today that a three-year, $5 million charitable grant is awarded to Get HYPE Philly!, a collective of 10 nonprofits headed by The Food Trust. Working together, the nonprofits will focus on enabling Philadelphia teens to eat healthy, exercise and build healthier communities. The grant is from a fund established by GSK in 2011 to benefit young people in the City of Philadelphia, and is administered by The Philadelphia Foundation.
American Driver and Traffic Safety Education Association (ADTSEA) awarded grant for program that reaches driver education instructors
MIAMI, March 13, 2015 /3BL Media/ – Michelin and Federation Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA) today announced at the Formula E Miami ePrix that ADTSEA (the American Driver and Traffic Safety Education Association) is the winner of a $100,000 Michelin/FIA Teen Road Safety Grant.
Mary Kay and Loveisrespect.org recently released the stark results of the 2014 Truth About Abuse Survey. With one in three young adults experiencing physical, sexual, emotional or verbal abuse in a dating relationship we need to be talking about this.
Whether you are a student or just enjoying the excitement in the air from the back to school buzz, there is something about this time of year that inspires new learning. I think we are all forever students in life and I'd like to share with you a little Healthy Relationship 101 to help you think about your relationships in a new way or impart some of your knowledge on your family and friends. To do this, I consulted with my friends at loveisrespect.
DETROIT July 16, 2014 /3BL Media/ – The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety today named 12 models from current and former GM brands to its first-ever list of recommended used vehicles for teen drivers.
The group, supported by automobile insurance companies, released its recommended vehicles with the results of a new survey in which more than half of parents said their teens drive 2006 model year or earlier vehicles, fewer of which are equipped with features such as electronic stability control and side-impact air bags.
Insights from Key Investigators Provide New Answers, Reports the Journal of Adolescent Health
April 17, 2014 /3BL Media/ - Motor vehicle crashes rank as the leading cause of teen deaths and in 2008, 16% of all distraction-related fatal automobile crashes involved drivers under 20 years of age. These grim statistics, coupled with an increasing nationwide awareness of the dangers of distracted driving for all ages, prompted the publication of an important supplement to the Journal of Adolescent Health that explores the causes of distracted driving and offers practical recommendations to reduce the incidence of distracted driving among teens.
Hispanic parents look for tools and resources to help keep their teen safer on the road The Allstate Foundation creates new Spanish-language driving agreement and coaching tips
NORTHBROOK, Ill., April 16, 2014 /3BL Media/–The inaugural ¡Vamos! survey from The Allstate Foundation found that 29 percent of Hispanic parents correctly identified car crashes as the leading cause of death among teens. Most Hispanic parents, 42 percent, assumed drugs and alcohol were the No.1 cause of teen deaths.
By Lynette Owens Week of January 6, 2014 Happy near year!
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