A bill requiring most convicted drunken drivers to install ignition interlock devices that would prevent them from driving while intoxicated was signed into state law last Fall by California Gov. Jerry Brown.
Alcohol absorption, distribution and elimination are processes that begin shortly after you take a drink. When you have a drink, it passes down the esophagus into the stomach and into the small intestine, where the alcohol is absorbed into the blood and distributed throughout the body.
The majority of the risks and benefits of alcohol consumption relate to women and men alike. However, on average, most women respond to alcohol faster than men because their bodies react
A study by researchers at the University of Pennsylvania has found laws that require alcohol interlocks for anyone convicted of driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol or drugs have reduced alcohol-involved crash deaths by 15 percent.