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Blog Posts in April, 2014

  • Why are DUI Arrests Involving Women on the Rise?

    According to FBI statistics, the number of women arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol, has increased significantly since 2003. This direct increase in the number of women being arrested for DUI has been seen even as there has been a corresponding drop in the number of males arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol. Make no mistake. The number of males arrested every year ...
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  • Health Risks Lead to Reversal of Approval of Freeze-Dried Alcohol

    A powdered, freeze-tried alcohol product which had been earlier been approved by a federal agency, has lost its approval. According to the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau , the labels for Palcohol, a powdered alcohol had been approved earlier this month. However, that decision has now been rescinded. According to the agency, the approval had been issued “in error.” It clearly seems that ...
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  • Does the Yeast Trick Prevent DUI?

    Could consuming yeast just before you begin drinking mitigate the effects of alcohol and prevent destructive behaviors like DUI ? Jim Koch, the cofounder and chairman of the Boston Beer Company definitely seems to believe so. In an interview with Esquire Magazine recently, Cock credited yeast for his ability to drink copious amounts of alcohol, without feeling the intoxicating effects. According ...
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  • US Secret Service Considers Stringent DUI Rules

    Among those occupations in which it would be considered absolutely unacceptable to be drunk on the job, would be the position of a US Secret Service agent. The United States Secret Service is believed to be closely looking at more stringent rules for alcohol consumption for members of its staff. That measure comes after a couple of incidents recently which involved intoxicated agents. In one of ...
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