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iBreath Alcohol Breathalyzer add on for the iPhone by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sat 20 Dec 2008 7:16pm 1 Comment Well this is a more upscale post from the last one I did referencing the iPhone.  This actually looks to be a very good device for all of us who have had a glass or more of wine or alcoholic beverage. We all used common sense and “think” we are ok, but a little technology to the rescue here and let’s get some real time results.   Drunk drivers k ... Read on »
Ignition Interlock Device Prevents Driving While Intoxicated by Dr. Michael P. Medical Doctor Posted Sun 28 Sep 2008 2:00pm You have to wonder why these devices aren’t on every new automobile passing through car dealerships everywhere. The premise is quite simple and effective. Before a car can be started, one must blow into a breathalyzer type device successfully proving they are not intoxicated before the ignition will unlock.   Some may think this is akin ... Read on »
The Breathalyzer Behind the Wheel by Jason Schwartz, LMSW Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Tue 01 Sep 2009 3:51pm A NYT contributor makes the case for ignition-interlock breathalyzers for drunk drivers. People driving while intoxicated still cause about 13,000 deaths a year in the United States. And of the 1.4 million arrests made, one-third involve repeat offenders. The greatest potential of ignition interlocks is to reduce this recidivism. These h ... Read on »
Ignition Interlock Device Prevents Driving While Intoxicated by Dr. Michael P. Medical Doctor Posted Mon 07 Jul 2008 7:11pm You have to wonder why these devices aren’t on every new automobile passing through car dealerships everywhere. The premise is quite simple and effective. Before a car can be started, one must blow into a breathalyzer type device successfully proving they are not intoxicated before the ignition will unlock. Read on »
Ignition Interlock Device Prevents Driving While Intoxicated by Dr. Michael P. Medical Doctor Posted Sun 07 Sep 2008 8:07pm You have to wonder why these devices aren’t on every new automobile passing through car dealerships everywhere. The premise is quite simple and effective. Before a car can be started, one must blow into a breathalyzer type device successfully proving they are not intoxicated before the ignition will unlock. Continue Reading » Read on »
Ignition Interlock Device Prevents Driving While Intoxicated by Dr. Michael P. Medical Doctor Posted Thu 14 May 2009 4:37pm You have to wonder why these devices aren’t on every new automobile passing through car dealerships everywhere. The premise is quite simple and effective. Before a car can be started, one must blow into a breathalyzer type device successfully proving they are not intoxicated before the ignition will unlock. Continue Reading » Read on »
40 Million in U.S. Driving Drunk or Drugged by HealthFinder Posted Thu 09 Dec 2010 12:00pm healthnewslink Most are aged 16 to 25, a new federal study finds. By Steven Reinberg HealthDay Reporter ... Read on »
40 Million in U.S. Driving Drunk or Drugged by Medline Plus Posted Thu 09 Dec 2010 9:00am Most are aged 16 to 25, a new federal study finds Thursday, December 9, 2010 THURSDAY, Dec. 9 (HealthDay News) -- Despite massive efforts to curb drunk driving, some 30 million Americans are driving drunk and another 10 million are driving drugged each year, federal officials report. In fact, in some ... Read on »
Many Factors Alter the Effects of Alcohol by EyeDrD Posted Tue 09 Aug 2011 8:00am How much alcohol does it take to get intoxicated? Many people figure a few beers at a ballgame or a couple of glasses of wine with dinner won’t put them over the legal limit for driving. But how alcohol affects people is highly individual, with a number of factors in ... Read on »
Alcoholic Spouse? 6 Codependent Behaviors To Ditch by addictiondoc Posted Sun 19 Dec 2010 1:40pm An alcoholic spouse is usually self-centered and has a generous, giving stable partner. The couple fits together like pieces of a puzzle. For an alcoholic husband or alcoholic wife to continue drinking, their spouse is codependent. Codependency is when a person “helps” or “enables” another person. In other words, the spouse is taking ove ... Read on »