NEW YORK – Starting next fall, Ford Motor Co.'s cars and trucks will contain owner's manuals with specific information aimed at pregnant women to help them properly buckle up when riding in a vehicle. The information is being developed with data garnered from a 3-year research program, which has created a virtual pregnant model to be used in simulated crash tests. Virginia Tech and Wake Forest University’s School of Biomedical Engineering and Science (SBES) developed the dummy with the aid ...

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