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A person's blood-alcohol level is the result of a complex interaction of weight, gender, alcohol consumed and time. Any amount of alcohol will impair your ability to drive or operate other machinery.
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Weight (lbs)
Drinks Consumed
(12oz beer or equivalent)
Over Time Period
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