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Beyond the increasing quality of car technology in the last decade, road and fast-paced city traffic in metropolises still impose high accident rates. Mostly, drivers' inattentiveness, tiredness or just bad driving abilities are responsible for safety risks. Novel developments such as the combination of in-vehicle systems and vehicle sensors in the(More)
We report development of a generalized epidemic model of initiation and nonmedical use of pharmaceutical opioids in the US. The study relies on historical trend data as well as expert panel recommendations that inform model parameters and structure. Derived from current policies, simulated public health interventions are assessed using the model regarding(More)
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