The human body breaks down alcohol at the average rate of about 0.6 fluid ounces of pure alcohol per hour, says the National Health Service. This rate varies due to a variety of factors including age, weight and sex. More »

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There is no way to determine how long alcohol remains detectable on the breath. Smelling the breath is not a reliable indicator of the level of alcohol in the system, according to law enforcement findings. More »

Within 6 to 12 hours after taking Darvocet, half of the drug is excreted, according to Drugs.com. Propoxyphene, one of the main ingredients in Darvocet, produces a metabolite called norpropoxyphene. Half of the norpropox... More »

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It takes approximately one hour to fill your bladder after drinking 36 ounces of fluid, according to Union Hospital in Maryland. Pelvic and fetal ultrasounds require a full bladder for the procedures, and you can empty y... More »

An average 1.5-ounce shot of vodka contains between 100 and 125 calories, depending on the alcohol concentration and brand, while Diet Coke adds approximately one calorie per 8 fluid ounces. The number of calories in a v... More »

Lymph is a clear fluid found throughout the lymphatic system in the human body. It is comprised of white blood cells and fluid from the intestines that contains fats and proteins from the food humans consume. More »

Fifty mL refers to 50 milliliters in the metric system of measurement, which is equivalent to approximately 1 2/3 fluid ounces using the U.S. customary system of measurement. In recipes, 50 milliliters equals 1/4 cup. More »