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Dayton DUI Attorney Charles Rowland > Posts tagged "david j. hanson"

Low BAC And Fatal Crashes (by DaytonDUI)

According to research complied by David J. Hanson, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of Sociology of the State University of New York at Potsdam, most drivers who have had something to drink have low blood alcohol content or concentration (BAC) and few are involved in fatal crashes. On the other hand, while only a few drivers have BACs higher than .15, a much higher proportion of those drivers have fatal crashes.The average BAC among fatally injured drinking drivers is .16 1 The relative risk of death for drivers in single-vehicle crashes with a high BAC is 385 times that of a zero-BAC driver and for...

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Alcohol and Energy Drinks (by DaytonDUI.com)

In 2005, the Drink Four  Brewing Company introduced Four Loko to the American malt beverage market. The name "Four" is derived from the original energy drink's four main ingredients: alcohol, caffeine, taurine, and guarana.  There are three product lines within the Four brand:Four Loko — contains either 6%, 8%, or 12% alcohol by volume (ABV), depending on state regulations, and is packaged in 23.5 oz. cans Poco Loko — contains 8% alcohol by volume (ABV), and is packaged in 16 oz. cans Four Loko in bottles — contains either 6% or 8% alcohol by volume (ABV), and is packaged in 11.2 oz. glass bottlesOriginal formulations of both beverages were a malt liquor-based, caffeinated alcoholic energy...

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Defending An OVI: The Hematocrit Defense

How bloody is your blood?  To answer this question we look at your hematocrit.  The hematocrit is the number expressing the cell volume of blood (the size and number of red blood cells in proportion to the rest of the blood).  As humans, we all have a natural variation in our hematocrit.  Healthy men have a natural variance from 40.7% to 50% and healthy women have a natural variance from 36.1% to 44.3%.  The hematocrit level is a moving target.  Illness, hydration and stress can cause variations in the hematocrit level. The hematocrit level affects all breath tests by governing how...

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Ohio DUI Law: The Hematocrit Defense

How bloody is your blood?  The hematocrit is the number expressing the cell volume of blood (the size and number of red blood cells in proportion to the rest of the blood).  As humans, we all have a natural variation in our hematocrit.  Healthy men have a natural variance from 40.7% to 50% and healthy women have a natural variance from 36.1% to 44.3%.  The hematocrit level is a moving target.  Illness, hydration and stress can cause variations in the hematocrit level.The hematocrit level affects all breath tests by governing how much alcohol may be contained in the blood and,...

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Drug Abuse Resistance Education (DARE) is Ineffective

Image by heraldpost via FlickrBy David J. HansonThe Drug Abuse Resistance Education program is used in nearly 80% of the school districts in the United States, in 54 other countries around the world, and is taught to 36,000,000 students each year. Therefore, it’s important to know if this highly popular program is effective in reducing alcohol and drug use. The Effectiveness of DARE Scientific evaluation studies have consistently shown that DARE is ineffective in reducing the use of alcohol and drugs and is sometimes even counterproductive -- worse than doing nothing. That's the conclusion of...

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Is Binge Drinking a College Epidemic?

Image by animakitty via FlickrMany thanks to Dr. David J. Hanson at the Sociology Departmet at SUNY for this great information:Is binge drinking is an epidemic problem on college campuses in Dayton?Fact: Binge drinking is clinically and commonly viewed as a period of extended intoxication lasting at least several days during which time the binger drops out of usual life activities. Few university students engage in such bingeing behavior. However, a number sometimes consume at least four drinks in day (or at least five for men). Although many of these young people may...

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