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#1 Beer is weaker than rum or vodka.
#2 Alcohol is digested the same way food is digested in the body.
#3 Because alcohol is a stimulant, it tends to pep you up
#4 The liver is the organ responsible for burning up the alcohol in the body
#5 The body can eliminate about 5 ounces of alcohol per hour
#6 BAC or BAL refers to the amount of calories in an alcoholic beverage
#7 Black coffee and a cold shower can help to sober you up
#8 It is possible to die from an overdose of alcohol
#9 Alcohol does the greatest damage to the liver, brain, and heart
#10 Alcohol is high in calories and has no nutritional value
#11 You cant be accused of driving under the influence if you refuse to take a breathalyzer test
#12 There is the same amount of alcohol in a can of beer, a shot of whiskey or a glass of wine
#13 As long as I can walk in a straight line, I cant be declared legally drunk
#14 Most people who get arrested for driving while intoxicated (DWI) are first-time offenders
#15 One drink wont make a difference in my reaction time when I get behind the wheel of a car
#16 Teenagers need about 7 hours of sleep each night
#17 Turning on the air conditioning is a good way to stay alert when driving
#18 It takes about 30 minutes to feel the effects of caffeine
#19 Driving while tired can cause as much impairment as driving while drunk
#20 It is possible to tired or sleepy and not notice it
#21 Turning the radio all the way up and opening the window are good ways to stay awake when driving
#22 Young drivers are involved in over half of all crashes caused by drowsy driving
#23 The 2 most common times for drowsy driving crashes are between midnight & six in the morning and between ten and midnight
#24 People can always choose when they will fall asleep
#25 Adrenaline from a party or other activity can temporarily mask sleepiness
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