It’s not unusual for the busy individual (female especially) to relax with a glass of wine after a long day. She is likely to believe that the indulgence ensures she can wind down and enjoy a peaceful night of rest. According to recent research, however, she would be wrong.
Twitter, the popular social networking site, has now joined Buddy Media to create a new tool to check user’s ages when it comes to alcohol brands. Coors Light and some other alcohol labels are testing the new tool when users sign up.
In a study to determine why adolescents choose to drink and drive, researchers found out whom the most likely people were to engage in the dangerous act. A study published in the Journal of Adolescent Health reported that young white males were more likely to get a DUI than women or men of other racial[.....]
If technology could effectively detect alcohol and prevent 7,000 drunk driving related deaths per year, would Americans make the investment? A Driver Alcohol Detection System for Safety, known as the DADSS, can detect alcohol in a driver and cut power to the car.
Pregnancy, breast cancer, and heart disease are women’s health issues frequently discussed among health experts. Recently, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) added binge drinking as another health concern for women. Binge drinking could potentially damage a woman’s overall health, and could add risks to all of the women’s health issues mentioned above.
Deaths resulting from drunk driving can be reduced through technology that would keep the habitual drunk driver from starting his/her vehicle.
If you have found your way to this site you have either experienced something with your drinking that is worrying you or something that has frightened you. Maybe you had a blackout – which means you can’t remember something you said or did. Maybe you embarrassed or hurt a loved one while drinking. Maybe you just got your first DUI. Please take the time to look around. We want to help you figure out if indeed you have a drinking problem.