The National Safety Council estimates 421 people may be killed in nationwide car crashes during the upcoming Labor Day weekend, the highest estimate by the National Safety Council since 2008. See the full National Safety Council report here.
If you’ll be hitting roadways this weekend, NeuroTrials wants to make sure you get enough sleep. As our own Dr. Rosenberg explained to the AJC in an article earlier this year, drowsy driving is comparable to driving drunk. While drunk and distracted driving, like texting, get lots of attention, a sleep deficit can be just as dangerous and it’s something we can easily control, Dr. Rosenberg says. Wishing our family and friends good sleep and safe driving this holiday!