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  • DUI Based on Impairment
    DUI Based on Impairment

    In all 50 states, it’s illegal to drive with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of .08%. If you drive with a BAC of .08%, you’re automatically guilty of driving under the influence (DUI) in all ...

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  • Is it Better to Drink Alcohol on an Empty Stomach?
    Is it Better to Drink Alcohol on an Empty Stomach?

    It’s an age-old rule about drinking alcohol, and one that most people have broken: Always fill up on foods dense in proteins, fats, and rich carbohydrates before drinking, that is if you want to feel ...

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  • Are Women More Affected By Alcohol Than Men?
    Are Women More Affected By Alcohol Than Men?

    Recent studies have declared binge drinking as one of the most underrated health concerns for women in the United States. But how much alcohol does it take to qualify as binge drinking? According to ...

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  • What You Need to Know About BAC
    What You Need to Know About BAC

    BAC stands for blood alcohol concentration . BAC is the amount of alcohol found in someone's blood as weight per unit of volume. The legal limit of .08 means that .08% of all of the blood in a ...

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  • Changing Your Behavior After a DUI
    Changing Your Behavior After a DUI

    Being arrested for driving under the influence (DUI) can give anyone a good scare. No one likes being asked to perform the field sobriety tests in front of other drivers, breathing into a breathalyzer ...

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  • What is Functional Tolerance to Alcohol?
    What is Functional Tolerance to Alcohol?

    Alcohol is a depressant that affects both bodily functions and human behavior. However, when someone consumes alcohol on a regular basis, he or she develops a tolerance to the effects of alcohol. When ...

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