Breathalyzers or Other Drunk Driving Deterrents Could Become Standard on New Vehicles

In a move that at one point seemed overcautious, auto manufacturers and policy-makers are exploring installing drunk driving deterrents in every vehicle in an effort to save lives on the road. Some are comparing the concept to laws requiring seatbelts, which at first didn’t seem possible, but have become almost second-nature by most drivers. Others…

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Mothers Who Drink Too Much

According to a 2008 report from the National Institute on Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse (NIAAA), an estimated 5.3 million American women consume alcohol in a way that endangers their health or happiness. Needless to say, many of those women are mothers. A 2008 U.S. Census report suggests that more than half of American women have…

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