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One Too Many Could Cost You Plenty

Apr 18th 2020

(Photo Credit: Superbad)[/caption]An Epidemic in the U.S.If you’re an American, chances are you’ve had at least one alcoholic beverage while under the age of 21, which is the current legal drinking age in the United States. Shockingly, studies have shown 13 is the average age for children who experiment with alcohol between the ages of 12 and 17, and age 16 the average for children between ages 12 and 20. This could very well be the reason colle...
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Preventing incidents of drunk driving

Apr 18th 2020

In the United States, driving under the influence (DUI), driving while intoxicated (DWI), or simply drunk-driving is considered a felony, and is one of the most serious offenses any driver can commit. Drunk-driving is a problem in all parts of the world, and in the United States, incidents of drunken driving claim approximately 10,000 lives each year. The act of drunk-driving not only endangers to person who is guilty of the act, but also the ped...
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Recent Facts on Drunk-driving accidents

Apr 18th 2020

Every year, drunk-driving claims the lives of tens of thousands of Americans. Among car accident-related deaths which occur in the United States each year, driving under the influence or driving while intoxicated accounts for more than 30 percent. The National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration-which is an agency that governs highway safety programs-refers to drunk-driving incidents as "alcohol-impaired-driving accidents."Each year, the NH...
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Detecting Blood Alcohol concentration in the human body

Apr 18th 2020

GET AN ALCOHOL SAFETY MAGNET FOR YOUR REFRIGERATOR THAT FEATURES OUR BAC CHART, SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF ALCOHOL OVERDOSE AND HOW TO TAKE CARE OF A DRUNK FRIEND. CLICK HERE TO ORDER.Consumed in moderate amounts, alcohol can have beneficial effects such as relaxation and even good digestion. After a stressful day, alcohol can be a welcome stress-reliever. However, since alcohol also suppresses the body's vital systems, too much of it could lead to im...
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Blood alcohol content and alcohol-related amnesia (blackout)

Apr 18th 2020

Anyone with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) level of more than .08 is at risk for blacking out. Blackouts-also known as alcohol-related amnesia-are triggered by the effects of alcohol intake on the body, which result in the impairment of long term memory creation or the inability to remember past events. Blacking out is not the loss of consciousness; rather, the effects of blackouts are similar to antograde amnesia, which is the inability to...
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