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Can a DUI Stop Me from Being a Dental Hygienist?
Can a DUI Stop Me from Being a Dental Hygienist?

“Dental hygienists are part of a dental care team that includes dentists, dental assistants, and dental technicians working together to prevent and control gum disease and the development of tooth decay,” according to the State of California Development Department. Data from ...

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  • Can a DUI Stop Me from Being a Dental Hygienist?

    “Dental hygienists are part of a dental care team that includes dentists, dental assistants, and dental technicians working together to prevent and control gum disease and the development of tooth ...

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  • Link Between Alcohol & Aggression

    Most people have known friends or family that were “happy drunks” or “angry drunks.” In fact, some people will openly admit to being happy or angry drunks. Regardless if alcohol makes someone more ...

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  • Tips for Being a Designated Driver

    If you're planning on drinking, plan ahead and use a designated driver. It’s far better to designate a driver ahead of time, before you start drinking. After a few drinks people tend to get “beer ...

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  • DUI & the Watson Advisement in California

    When someone is under the influence of alcohol and they cause a fatal accident, it can lead to severe consequences, even though the DUI defendant is a good person who made a huge mistake. While the ...

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  • Can a DUI Affect a Professional License in California?

    There are numerous types of professional licenses in California . For example, there are professional licenses in the fields of accounting, architecture, athletics, automotive, cosmetology, behavior ...

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  • Alcohol Offenses By Underage Drinkers in CA

    According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), “Alcohol is the most commonly used and abused drug among youth in the United States.” The CDC continues, “Excessive drinking is ...

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