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Cell phone distraction while driving is a two-way street

When operating a car, drivers lose a grip on messages they hear

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3:55pm, February 16, 2010

Cell phone conversations don’t just interfere with driving. Driving dents the capacity to describe and remember cell phone messages, at least for some of the youngest and oldest drivers, a new study finds.

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