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The number of people killed on American roads has fallen by more than 20 percent in recent years, according to a new study. But motorcycle deaths are up. That may be because older drivers are buying motorcycles. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Road Fatalities Dip Thanks To Safer Cars, Economy

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Michael Ferrara with his German shepherd, Lhotse, at the top of Colorado's Independence Pass Paolo Marchesi/Outside hide caption

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First Responders, Rescuers Come Forward With PTSD

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