Here is something that I consider to be an interesting inconsistency. In this country, we take pride in protecting infants and young children while they travel in cars. Your lifetime odds of being involved in a serious car accident, one that may involve injury or death, is approximately 1 in 3.
Many times we (Americans) identify that a problem may exist with some aspect of our society, be it diet, emotional health, interpersonal communication, or whatever. Then, some expert in the field proposes a fix to the problem, a fix that isn’t always known (through long experience) to resolve the problem and sometimes might even make matters worse.