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18
Oct

Tattoo Reads Blood Alcohol Content

People consume alcohol for a number of reasons, some of which are not good. When asked why someone drinks, one of the more common responses is that they drink to be more convivial. After a long day or long week, drinking is a typical pastime engaged in around the world. While alcohol in small amounts,...
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05
Feb

Colleges Grapple With Alcohol Abuse

English: The Mountainlair is the Student Union building at West Virginia University (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Grapple is an old-fashion word… You don’t often hear someone use the word “grapple” or the phrase “grappling with;” today we are using it in the sense of being engaged in a struggle or to try to overcome or deal...
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19
Dec

DUI APPS Include The BREEZE!

Holiday parties, celebrations, driving under the influence… If you’ve checked in with friends and family over the past few days, then you may have realized how many people are prepping for a holiday “get together.” It could be you’ve noticed Facebook friends chatting about attending holiday celebrations, including everything from their children’s school holiday program...
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05
Jun

Remembering Senator Frank Lautenberg And His Work On Public Health Issues

Official portrait of United States Senator (D-NJ). (Photo credit: Wikipedia) “People at .08 are too impaired to drive. Studies show that at .08, the ability to perform critical driving functions is decreased by as much as 60 percent.” Senator Frank Lautenberg Remembering Senator Frank Lautenberg On Monday, June 3, 2013, Senator Frank Lautenberg died from...
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16
May

NTSB Recommends Lowering The BAC Limit To 0.05

English: A sobriety checkpoint in East Haven, CT. Also known as DWI Enforcement (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Approaching a sobriety checkpoint… Have you ever been returning from dinner with friends or maybe a special event like a live theater production and happened upon a sobriety checkpoint? It can be somewhat startling even if you haven’t had...
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